Why this first gen Z investor pays for financial advice


“My grandfather gave me a good benchmark with his portfolio because I got to see how his investments have progressed over a longer period of time,” she told Wealth Generation.

“He taught me the fundamentals of investing and its benefits.

Shenuka says she’s still figuring out the reality that she bought at an opportune time and that the markets will inevitably go down over the years.

But she takes comfort in having a professional on call when they do.

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