April 6th, 2016 | Financial Advisor
Gerstein Fisher tapped on article about millennials
Chief Investment Officer Gregg S. Fisher was quoted in a recent Financial Advisor article, “What Millenials Want.” The piece focuses on the generational group of those born between 1980 and 1999, who currently number 87 million according to U.S. Census. The article explores the financial goals of this youngest generation of workers and how they compare to those of their predecessors. Gregg Fisher remarked on the similarities between today’s generation and those of the past: “I don’t think anything really makes them different. They still want to get a good job, start a business, make a living, reduce their tax bill, get married, buy a home and educate their kids. What these people are trying to accomplish is not different than it was for people 25 to 35 years ago.” Gerstein Fisher is proud to help and work with the next generation of investor. See the recap from the “Real Life Financial Advice for Young Investors” series.