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Investors trust traditional media over social

More than half of investors rely on traditional media sources, whereas only one-third look to social media for information.
More than half of investors rely on traditional media sources, whereas only one-third look to social media for information.

Despite the increasing popularity and adoption of social media, Canadian investors still rely on traditional news media as sources for investing information and advice, according to a new report from BMO InvestorLine.

The report reveals that 57 percent of investors rely on traditional media sources, whereas only one-third look to social media for information. The specific media platforms used as sources by investors include:

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