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Millennials may need to double how much they save for retirement

Washington Post |  26 January 2017  |  Investing

SavingThe projections are in and Wall Street analysts have pretty low expectations for how the stock market will perform this year.

A roundup of the figures shows that strategists project the Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index will gain 4 percent on average in 2017 — the lowest expected annual gain for the stock market since 2005, according to an analysis by Bespoke Investment Group.

Read more: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/get-there/wp/2017/01/09/millennials-may-need-to-double-how-much-they-save-for-retirement/?utm_term=.9345a587d3d9


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