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Old 01-02-2016, 09:09 AM   #41
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Am I hanging out in the wrong place? I don't qualify for the 1% in my age range. Woe is me. Will the moderators let me stay?

So if I'm reading this chart right I'm now well under 40 years old! WOOHOOO!
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Old 01-02-2016, 09:29 AM   #42
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I'm a 1%er just30 years late

The downward trend past 65 is very encouraging......With my COLA pension solidly in place, I am rejuvenated and not giving up hope. By age 105, I think I have a damn good shot at it!


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Old 01-02-2016, 10:52 AM   #43
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My millennial son recently sent me a link to an article about how the average young adult today is having a much harder time than those of previous generations. Rather than argue the point my reply was simply that it was all the more reason reason to strive to not be average.
This reminds me of a recent conversation I had with my mother. She was lamenting the shrinking middle class in the US, saying "Soon there will only be rich and poor people in this country. What will we do then?" I replied, "I just plan to be one of the rich ones."
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This reminds me of a recent conversation I had with my mother. She was lamenting the shrinking middle class in the US, saying "Soon there will only be rich and poor people in this country. What will we do then?" I replied, "I just plan to be one of the rich ones."
Sounds like she watches too much "news".
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Sounds like she watches too much "news".
Watching TV is pretty much her only activity these days.
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Same here, especially on stock research comments in SA.... There are always some people smarter than the author that offer more incite, or contrarian info. Many of my final decisions to buy or not, come from the commenters, not the author.

Yes, that is another good one. There have been some where the comments utterly demolished (in a good way, through facts and analysis) the entire original article.
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Ha and Ouch! I just snorted my rum and coke through my nose.

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