Who is the typical Brazilian investor?

Who is the typical Brazilian investors

This year will be remembered as a year of breaking records for Brazilian capital markets. For the first time, São Paulo’s B3 stock exchange reached the historic level of 1.3 million retail investors, roughly the same number of active investors on Tesouro Direto, a system which trades Brazilian government bonds. 

Brazilians are becoming more and more interested in their finances, with the country’s lowest benchmark interest rate ever, controlled inflation and an incoming pension reform, making people reconsider how they should prepare for the future.

However, stock market and bond investors are still a minority in Brazil...

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