How are so-called “super savers” – people who save 20% or more of their incomes – able to be super savers? New research has identified “the single biggest difference between what super savers spend less on, as compared to the rest of us” – something super savers spend just 14% of their incomes on compared to 23% for non-super-savers. To find out what this critical thing super savers do differently in terms of spending is, CLICK HERE.
Today’s article acknowledges that while “millennials might not be taking home large pay checks right now…eventually they will be.” In fact, a team of Bank of America Merrill Lynch analysts expects that the incomes of millennials – as well as the incomes of the generation that comes after them (centennials) – will nearly triple in the next 15 years. As such, that same team has compiled a list of stocks that investors may want to consider buying in advance of this income enlargement so that they can cash in themselves. To see what some of these stocks – which center around five key themes pertinent to the lives of millennials and centennials – are, CLICK HERE.