Goldman: Investors Need To Pay Attention To Generation X, Our Future LeadersMark Melin
The generation investors should watch is the often ignored Gen-X, says a Goldman Sachs report. In the US, those people between the ages of 36 and 51 are responsible for 25% of consumption, for example. This demographic group matters greatly for the success of developed market economies. But compared to the much hyped “Boomers,” now starting to enter retirement, there are key differences economic thinkers need to recognize relative to wealth, values and retirement.
Generation X at earnings peak, leadership coming into its own . . .
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