They were born at a time when digital technology was still in its initial phases. Generation Y, or more popularly known as the Millennials, is the first generation to grow up assimilating and digesting information at their fingertips. They are deemed multitaskers, are tech-savvy and creative problem solvers, socially conscious, transparent, and in some ways, totally frank.
On the other hand, Millennials are also perceived to be egocentric, selfish, absorbed, and entitled. Because they are thought to live by two mantras—YOLO (You Only Live Once) and FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out), they become daredevils and risk-takers at some point in their lives.
When it comes to investing, some Millennials simply don’t. Mostly because they don’t know how; even with the many avenues available to them.
Fortunately, there is a segment of Millennials who save more than others…
Meet five of these Millennials who have joined the ranks of Insular Life. At a young age they have made it to the Million Dollar Round Table, the premier global association of financial professionals, serving their clients with extraordinary performance and with the highest ethical standards of service, knowledge, and productivity.
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