16SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr by. Dan KadlecAs Millennials come into focus for banks, research consistently shows that this generation knows it must fend for itself and craves trustworthy guidance.Amid the emerging flood of research on the financial practices and whims of Millennials, one consistent finding stands out: this group craves information and advice that it can trust. It’s not clear that banks, with the most at stake, will ever get it right.Well, duh, you might say. We all crave advice we can trust. But not like Millennials. They represent a full swing of the pendulum. Consider our oldest generation, those now 70-plus. Many sacrificed mightily in The Depression and World War II. But they were rewarded with lifetime job security and generous health and pension benefits. They have always had faith in our institutions, from government and religion to private enterprise.Boomers questioned the establishment. We fought for civil rights and casual Fridays. Yet we generally trusted our financial institutions to guide us to long-term security. That may be why we weren’t paying attention when the switch to defined-contribution plans from defined-benefits plans went awry. Suddenly, an entire generation is woefully under saved and ill prepared for retirement. continue reading »
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Whatever angle you look at Liverpool from at this moment in time, the picture is always going to be a rosy one. From the first-team right down to the youth squads, the whole club is buzzing and appears to be on the right track in every regard.This week the youngsters proved their worth once again, with a win over Shrewsbury in the FA Cup securing their place and building on their growing reputation.It was another composed display from the Liverpool ‘kids’, who also saw off Everton in the last round with a similarly impressive performance.Embed from Getty ImagesIt’s led many to tip them for bright futures, but defender Sepp van den Berg insists they all have a lot to prove yet.“There really is a lot of talent in this group, but to say this right now… We all know here that we still have a lot to prove,” he told Telesport.“The average age against Shrewsbury Town was 19. Ki-Jana (Hoever) and I, for example, are still 18.“We were proud of how we experienced this together; you talk about that with each other. That we all want to get to the first team at Liverpool, that’s for sure.”Tuesday’s win over Shrewsbury was the latest in a series of testing games for van den Berg, who Liverpool are being careful to manage with patience.It was another he passed with flying colours, though, having managed similarly strong showings against the likes of Arsenal and Aston Villa in the Carabao Cup earlier this season.This time around it was in front of a packed out Anfield, something the Dutchman says he can never get used to.“(Tuesday was) really great. Anfield was packed, while the fans knew we’d be playing with a very young team. That says more than enough about Liverpool and the fans.“Such a full stadium, the atmosphere at Anfield. That’s something I don’t get used to after a few games. I got goosebumps again, enjoyed it as much as I did during my debut (vs Arsenal).”Van den Berg was hot property in the summer, with several European clubs thought to be keen on securing his signature.Bayern Munich were particularly keen, while the likes of PSV Eindhoven were also trying to lure him away from PEC Zwolle.He ultimately decided to make the move to Anfield, though, saying it was the ‘feeling’ he got from Liverpool that made his mind up.“I thought, how? That such clubs were interested was almost unreal,” he added.“I wasn’t even a basic player on the national youth teams. I also saw PSV as a very nice option; I liked that club from a very young age.“Only the feeling with Liverpool is… (special). (It’s) so big, but really a family club. The warmth here is special.“If you come to the club, you won’t get a handshake, but a hug from manager Jürgen Klopp. “It’s little things that make you feel really appreciated here. I hope it will eventually lead to Liverpool’s first team.”by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this City-Building Game is AddictiveForge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoSmart Tech TrendOver 50? You Need Those Adjustable Focus Reading Glasses!Smart Tech TrendUndoCNN with DBS BankThe New Role Banks Are PlayingCNN with DBS BankUndoHero WarsGetting this Treasure is impossible! Prove us wrong!Hero WarsUndoGrepolis – Online Free GameGamers Around the World Have Been Waiting for this Game! Already 35 Million PlayersGrepolis – Online Free GameUndoLoans | Search AdsNeed a loan? Search hereLoans | Search AdsUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉（今晚試試）Keto减肥UndoSingles50Hong Kong: A 40+ Dating Site That Actually Works!Singles50Undo