Hanza Bachtiar joined the stock market two months ago. He is the first person in his family to own stocks. The 24-year-old dubbed himself as part of the “Coronial”, which is short for “Corona Millennials”—those under the age of 40 under the age of 40 Millennial Investors Statistics Indonesia (BPS) defines millennials as those born between 1981 and 1996 (ages 25-40). For the purpose of this story, the term millennial investors is broadly used to refer to investors under 40. who entered the market during the pandemic.

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Yunindita Prasidya

Based in Bali, Dita writes about Indonesia’s growing digital economy, including how technology is shaping the lives of young Indonesians and impacting traditional industries. She was previously a reporter at The Jakarta Post.

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