The biggest news story of the 2000s was 9/11. On Jan. 1, 2000, there's no way you could have known that.
The biggest news story of the 1990s was probably the fall of the Soviet Union. Ten years before, there's no way you could have known that.
In this video, Motley Fool analyst Morgan Housel sits down with Matt Trogdon to discuss why the biggest news story of the next 10 years is always something that nobody is talking about today, and what this means for your investments.
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