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Neil Howe
Managing Director of Demography at Hedgeye. President of LifeCourse Associates. Author of The Fourth Turning, Generations, and Millennials Rising.
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Hedgeye Nov 11
U.S. Teens Spend More Than Seven Hours A Day In Front Of Screens—Not Including Schoolwork 🙄 via Neil Howe
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Hedgeye Nov 7
Over the last several decades, falling mortality from all forms of heart disease (HD) has been one of the big success stories of changing lifestyles and improving medical care The good news came to an end around 15 years ago via Neil Howe
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Neil Howe Nov 6
BoJo's odds are looking up, now that the Lib Dems are ruling out any alliance with Labor. But here's my bigger take on the tectonic realignment going on in UK politics.
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Neil Howe Oct 30
Replying to @HedgeyeDJ
Technically, yes, Gen X.
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Hedgeye Oct 28
The share of the U.S. population that identifies as Christian continues to shrink, falling from 77% to 65% over the past decade.
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Paul Zimmy Finn Oct 24
If they appreciated and understood your and Mr. Strauss' theory, they'd have understood years ago that the forces they harnessed during the age of Bird and Magic and MJ to become a global brand were fleeting. But they didn't and they don't, so now they're facing the music.
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Neil Howe Oct 24
Proof? Newly fortified islands in the South China Sea. An aggressive monitoring/detention campaign against non-Han minorities. And steeply rising apprehension of China by residents of all of China’s East Asian neighbors. (See regular Pew surveys.)
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Neil Howe Oct 24
Congrats to for supporting Morey on Hong Kong! At least someone in the NBA who can still see clearly…and who understands this isn’t about to “blow over.” It will soon get much worse. My take…
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Neil Howe Oct 22
America’s “Millennial” boom in twins and triplets has finally peaked. What caused the boom? Why is it ending? Find out more…
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Neil Howe Oct 16
Replying to @sophia73316323
The Fourth Turning has an excellent audiobook, available on Amazon.
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Hedgeye Oct 14
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Neil Howe Oct 14
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Hedgeye Oct 13
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Hedgeye Oct 8
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Hedgeye Oct 7
"The trend toward ever-smaller household size may have come to an end - if not for the first time then at least for one of the very few times in American history. This is a message I've been banging on for several years." via Neil Howe
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Neil Howe Oct 4
Think China is an economic juggernaut? Not when it comes to human capital. China is way behind other "middle-income" nations on the verge of breaking into high-income status. See my take.
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Neil Howe Oct 2
Another electoral "inversion" in 2020 is a lot more likely than more people think. Another crazy outcome to think about in the coming impeachment-frenzy year. See my take.
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Hedgeye Sep 30
"Yes, as a general proposition, it is true that household inequality by income and wealth has been increasing in the US since (at least) the late-1970s. And it's unlikely that the structural drift has changed much during the Trump years" -
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Neil Howe Sep 27
Why I (halfway) agree to the Economist’s answer to this question.
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Neil Howe Sep 25
With Congress apparently headed back into an impeachment battle, this recent headline is an appropriate reminder of how America has changed politically since the last impeachment (in 1998). See my commentary.
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