A survey shows that more US millennials own cryptocurrency than mutual funds.
A new survey by the investing company Alto shows that millennials in the United States would rather invest in cryptocurrencies than in mutual funds.
Research shows that 40% of millennials between the ages of 26 and 41 own some kind of cryptocurrency. On the other hand, only 29% of U.S. millennials have put money into mutual funds. Also, millennials own the same number of stocks as they do of cryptocurrencies, which is 40%.