Young Investors to Financial Planners: Thanks, But No Thanks

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As the number of wealthy households headed by people under age 45 grows, wealth-management firms are quick to pitch their services. WSJ reporter Rachel Louise Ensign joins host J.R. Whalen to discuss why many young investors are turning away professional help. Plus, a 33-year-old who recently landed a multimillion-dollar windfall explains why and how he opted to invest the money himself.

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