Young Generations Are Getting Crushed And It's Changing Our Economies!

Young Generations Are Getting Crushed And It’s Changing Our Economies!

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The U.S. is in the middle of a generational hand-off. Millennials are overtaking the baby boomers as the largest generational cohort of the U.S. population, and it could be a game-changer for markets and the financial services industry.Let’s first pin down this group. Millennials are the most educated generation in our history. Thirty-nine percent have at least a bachelor’s degree, and the leap in educational achievement has largely been driven by women. Since 1982, the percentage of women achieving a bachelor’s degree or higher has nearly doubled to 43% from just 21%. For much of the last decade, the millennials lagged behind prior generations, plagued by higher student loan debt, stagnant wages and poor job prospects in the aftermath of the Great Recession. Millennials, however, are now coming of age, marrying, and having children, and, at the same time, their economic fortunes have improved. This generation now earns more, with a median adjusted household income of $85,800, than young adult households did at nearly any time in the last half century. This generation also blurs the line between personal and societal well-being. According to Morgan Stanley, 84% of millennials cite investing with a focus on ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) impact as a central goal.Millennial women, in particular, approach risk differently than men. They tend to do more investment research, are more long-term focused and tend to respond less to short-term market events. According to a seminal study by UC-Davis professors Brad Barber and Terrance Odean, women on average trade 45% less frequently than men, and thus earned nearly 1% per year in better returns.
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  1. Doesn't address the systematic government backed push to brake down white colabberation while supporting the colabberation of other ethnicities or races. Smart of the powers that be. White collaboration it the only thing standing in the way of all out tyrants. Look around the world . Look at what countrys have the most tyrants. Seems to be when compared it holds merit. The west isn't destroying itself. It's beind bribed cohersed and manipulated. Shamed into acquiescing. Pathetic!

  2. You have to be accountable for the decisions you make and the actions you take. If you do something great, do more of it. If you make a mistake, just pivot and move on. Why is that so hard to do?

  3. With global supply chains likely to get worse due to the conflict between US and China and international decoupling… One may as well assume that we are going to be even poorer in the future… Barring significant improvements in AI and productivity.

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