Illustration: Tom Maryniak
How will demographics change my investing?
30 October 2018
Demographic faultlines criss-cross the world. In some places populations are getting older, in others there's an explosion of young people. Neither is particularly helpful - not enough provision for the elderly in the first and not enough jobs for the young in the second. And both cast up fascinating moral, political and financial questions - which, here, Fidelity Answers.
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