2 weeks What does everyone being an investor now mean for stock values? Reddit     

Ever since r0binhood came out, everyone and their dog, grandma, and second cousin is investing in the stock market. When I grew up in the 90s, everyone would have to go to an actual physical location to purchase them and now anyone even a 16 year old can do it from their phone instantly. Outside of retirement accounts, not many people were investing and it was a far more obscure realm than it is now. It seems like everyone I talk to is sick of capitalism wearing them down with obscene work hours, heavy demands, and low pay that many seek to escape it by investing in stocks. The question is though, if we are ALL investors with the same plan to escape (since it seems like the smartest move along with real estate), won’t stocks eventually be devalued since the market will become heavily saturated?

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