Despite Distractions, Demographics Are Poised To Drive U.S. Long-Term Growth
With politics, tax-law changes, Russian hackers, competition from China and technology rocking the world regularly, it's easy to be distracted from the facts that matter most in managing your money wisely.
Simple math tells us that growth in the U.S. economy, which drives investment results, is largely determined by our nation's demographics.
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