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CarlBrutananadilews
Member since Oct 2019
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Question to the Savoy Investers market readers future predictors
What is going to happen to the market once the boomers are going to be ushered into the understaffed Nursing homes that follow the capitalistic for profit model that all companies have moved to in this new age?

The boomers are going to be beaten by these 8-10 dollar employees.

But my question is specifically, companies like AT&T, EXXON, SHELL, Walmart, all of the traditional "Blue Chip" Stocks that have performed every year against "inflation"?

In this post I am assuming that americas population will start to decline, not as bad as japans.

America and all enconomies that run on capitalism, require an expanding population base every year.

I havent brought this up to anyone else, but it has been rolling around in my mind for a while.

If so, what do we invest in..Baws..


UpstairsComputer
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re: Question to the Savoy Investers market readers future predictors
I really have no idea what language this is or what the question is.


LSURussian
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re: Question to the Savoy Investers market readers future predictors
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I really have no idea what language this is or what the question is.
That's obviously because you're not a "savoy invester (sic)."


Spirit of Dunson
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re: Question to the Savoy Investers market readers future predictors
I can't tell if Savoy is meant to be savvy or savant.
This post was edited on 11/8 at 2:43 am


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re: Question to the Savoy Investers market readers future predictors
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I am assuming that americas population will start to decline


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Relatively speaking our age demographics are still looking good compared to most of the first world (thanks to the millennial generation). We’re not staring down the barrel of a “consumption squeeze” at all.

We ARE, however, going to be looking at a capital squeeze as boomers move towards t-bills and cash for retirement and Gen X steps into the primary investor role. There just aren’t enough of them to replace the Boomers, which is going to suck for those borrowing money but be great for investors.

So I suppose the answer is you invest in whatever you want. There should be much more opportunity once much of the Boomer money cycles out of the system.


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