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Every Stock I Select Has This One Thing

Date: Thursday, August 17, 2017 1:58 PM EST

The media hates the millennial generation. And it loves to publish negative stories about them.

Until last year, the media said that millennials were going to live in their parents’ basement forever.

Now, millennials represent 45% of all home purchases.

Then, the media said that millennials made so little money that they couldn’t afford anything.

Wrong. The average income for the oldest millennial age group is nearly $40,000.

Next, the media told you that millennials are clueless about money.

Wrong again. Research from Principal Financial Group, a major financial services company, says otherwise.

Its data shows that millennials save more. They are wise to Wall Street’s crookedness.

And they are starting young with plans for their retirement, and are careful with big-ticket items like houses and cars.

Now, there’s one thing the media is not telling you about the millennial generation. And if you don’t know this, you’re going to miss out on massive gains in the stock market.

The Future Belongs to Millennials

You see, despite all these headlines, the future of the U.S. economy and generally the world belongs to the millennial generation.

You can see that clearly from the chart above.

Today, the oldest millennial is 35 years old. Each year from now, they are becoming a larger percentage of the population.

Over the next 15 years, millennials are going to completely and utterly dominate demographics.

That means their preferences, habits and ways of doing things. These are going to become the default.

You’ll see every business, every organization change. And the companies and organizations that don’t change will run out of customers and go bankrupt.

92 Million Strong

Right now, negative stories about millennials dominate the headlines. Many of you may believe these headlines. You know: the ones that portray millennials as spoiled, entitled and lazy.

Truthfully, this is opposite to my personal experience. I count many millennials as my colleagues and friends. They are smart, hardworking and eager to make their mark on the world.

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