US News & World Report: 5 Finance Lessons Baby Boomers Could Learn From Millennials

by Oct 19, 2016

invstr CEO Kerim Derhalli is featured in |U.S. News’ personal finance article on what the baby boomer generation can learn from the millennials about investing.

Kerim Derhalli, a young boomer and CEO of the finance social media site invstr, says that by relying on slower news sources – whether that be an adult child or the newspaper – seniors may miss out on money-making opportunities. “If I watch the news on TV, I might get an hourly update, but by then it might be too late,” Derhalli says of fast-moving investment deals.

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