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RVs, campers riding high, fueled by millennial enthusiasm

Americans have always embraced the open road, but now campers, the iconic symbol of middle-class success, are gaining ground with a new audience. Millennials not only are traveling the country in them but also are renting camper trailers through Airbnb for a few days of rest and relaxation in a pretty setting.

For many young investors, the stock market’s only gone up

The U.S. stock market has been on the upswing for nine and a half years, during which a cohort of younger investors has never dealt with a 20 percent drop in the S&P 500 – the classic definition of a bear market. Such a decline has historically happened on average every four or five years.

Millennial buyers are finally making a move into housing

Last year millennials accounted for 36 percent of U.S. home buys – more than any other age group according to the National Association of Realtors. Baby boomer buyers were a close second with 32 percent of home purchases.

William H. Frey: Millennials can make America whole

By example and as advocates, millennials of all racial backgrounds will undoubtedly continue to make the case that investing in a more inclusive, younger America is essential to the nation’s economic success and can only help today’s older populations. Older Americans should listen, and help make the country whole.