Brad Ferguson, CFA interviews Bill Smead, portfolio manager of the Smead Value fund. In this segment, Bill shares his bullish, contrarian view on demographics and talks about the Baby Boomers and the seldom-heard-of Echo Boomers, the children of the Baby Boom.
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