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Over 50 percent of Americans are making this colossal mistake

Saving for the future isn't just a matter of putting money aside each paycheck and calling it a day. While committing to saving money is definitely a good start, if you don't invest that money wisely, you risk coming up short by the time retirement rolls around. It turns out that more than half of us are missing out on a major opportunity to grow our savings. According to a study by Bankrate, over 50% of American adults have no money invested in the stock market.
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