Dividends & Interest: Learning from Experience Bridges the Generations

Craig Chappelow

Do you consider yourself a Baby Boomer (defined here as being born between 1946 and 1963), a Generation Xer (born between 1964 and 1977), or a Generation Yer (also called a Millennial, born between 1978 and 2001)?

No, wait. Don't bother answering. I don't really care. In fact I have heard enough about the (select one or more from the following) wired, optimistic, pessimistic, stimulation-bombarded, globally aware, diverse, indulged, overprotected, high-achieving, impatient, blogging young people of the latest generation.

Maybe I'm the only one who has had it up to here. For example, a Google search on Generation Y turns up 114 million hits. One can hardly read ...

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