In the Margins

Buffett: Everything's gonna be alright

January 4, 2018

By Reuters

Warren Buffett is encouraging those worried about the economic prospects for themselves and their children to let go of their fears. In an essay for the Jan. 15 issue of Time magazine, Buffett tried to allay concerns that innovation and improved productivity might cost jobs and disrupt lives. Saying the U.S. “game of economic miracles” was in its “early innings,” the 87-year-old downplayed polls suggesting broad pessimism for the futures of American children, saying rapid economic growth would not be necessary for people to thrive. Read the original story from Reuters.



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