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"We can't change the past, but we can honour it by acknowledging its painful legacy."
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Millennial women are doing better. But Gen Y is not overall.
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When the US went off the gold standard in 1971, all currencies essentially became fiat monies, with their value derived from the governments that issue them rather than from commodities. This was the birth of instability of floating currencies. This is why gold is powerful.Gold isn't about getting you rich, gold is about preserving value and purchasing power -- avoiding what makes you poor.
The small business marketplace experienced significant change and evolutionary progress in 2015 and no less should be expected in the coming year. With that, let's consider some of the issues that will matter most to small businesses -- particularly those changing rapidly with the introduction of new financial technologies.
Millennials are a cautious bunch when it comes to their money. It's not surprising given the economic downturn of 2008 is still fresh. For many young Canadians, this market chaos was their first experience with investing. But it's important to let cooler minds prevail: avoiding the markets altogether is not wise, especially with so much time on your side.
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(Relaxnews) - A new survey profiling Millennial globetrotters around the world has found stark generational divides separating older travellers from their younger cohort. One of the biggest difference...
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There is a lot of coverage these days about the problem with Millennials. If you look, you'll find us frequently labelled as "idealistic", "narcissistic" and "entitled" in popular media. From the Time Magazine cover story on May 20, 2013 to the Bloomberg ad blaming the Millennials for the Recession, I couldn't disagree more. I am proud of my generation of changemakers born between 1980 and 1995.
It's no wonder millennials have such an obsession with karma. Our childhood is well-documented to be a sheltered one in which our parents pondered if a simple game of tag could damage our swollen self-esteem. Thus, that time your iron-fisted principal slipped in the parking lot was more than likely just an inner-ear problem.