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One-third of wealthy investors use social media platforms like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube for personal finance and investing purposes, according to a new study by Cogent Research. While most investors continue to rely on a variety of resources for investment information, nearly 70 percent have reallocated investments or began or altered relationships with investment providers based on content found through social media.

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