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A Surprise Increase in Trust of Digital Sources Highlights Their Importance for Investors

Much ink has been spilled and many pixels stimulated with commentary on how digital and social media might be influencing politics, marketing, and culture.

Is the behavior of investors who move and make markets changing? And how are those changes affecting big investment trends?

The headline stories in this year’s Brunswick Digital Investors Survey are about trust and source-accumulation, and the results may surprise you.


Here's what we learned

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