Even as more young peopleentered the top 0.1 percent, most of their millennial andGeneration X compatriots were struggling. (Photo:Bloomberg)

(Bloomberg) –The rich are getting richer, and younger.

A survey of U.S. investors with $25 million or more finds theiraverage age dropped by 11 years since 2014, to 47.

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