100 percent live like they mean it, 61 percent invest like they do [Infographic]
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Charles Schwab surveyed 1,000 Americans who express a significant degree of personal ownership in their everyday lives, and found that a majority are also highly engaged in investing: nearly two-thirds (61 percent) are actively involved in their portfolios. 

Though a majority of those surveyed also grab hold of the wheel when it comes to investing, a sizeable number of go-getters in life say they are not actively involved in their investment portfolio, revealing a dichotomy between how they engage in life and their behavior when it comes to investing. What sets the 61 percent apart from the 39 percent of less engaged investors? For more information visit www.Schwab.com.


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