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Bank of America Eyes $610 Billion Market In Future Centenarians


As humans begin to live longer than 100, a huge new market is likely to emerge in the United States. In fact, Bank of America analysts estimate it's going lead to a $610 billion market by 2025. According to Business Insider, the demand will be driven by advances in food, medicine, and technology. Technology is on the cusp of bringing unprecedented increases to the quality, and length of human lifespans. Bank of America

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