A Generational Change

“The fed is punishing savers.”
For years after the Great Financial Crisis, our central bankers made the collective decision to keep interest rates at zero. This “forced” people out on the risk curve. See, if you were used to getting a positive real yield on your fixed income, and then that income all but disappears, you’re going to change your mix of stocks, bonds, and cash. This actually wor…

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