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Stocks & shares ISA risk according to Great Britain adults 2014, by prior investments

Risks associated with stocks and shares individual savings accounts (ISAs) according to Great Britain (GB) adults in 2014, by investment history

Stocks & shares ISA risk according to Great Britain adults 2014, by prior investments This statistic presents the risks associated with stocks and shares individual savings accounts (ISAs) according to adults in Great Britain in 2014, by their own investment history. It was reported that whether or not respondents had invested before, it did not influence the response extensively. However, a smaller share of people who had ever invested (39 percent) considered stock and shares ISAs to be a higher risk, compared to those who have never invested.
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Risks associated with stocks and shares individual savings accounts (ISAs) according to Great Britain (GB) adults in 2014, by investment history

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This statistic presents the risks associated with stocks and shares individual savings accounts (ISAs) according to adults in Great Britain in 2014, by their own investment history. It was reported that whether or not respondents had invested before, it did not influence the response extensively. However, a smaller share of people who had ever invested (39 percent) considered stock and shares ISAs to be a higher risk, compared to those who have never invested.
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