About Our Aging Domestic [Patient and Client] Population

Important Demographic Information for MDs and FAs

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The oldest members of the Baby Boom generation are just hitting 65. That means a much larger percentage than ever before are soon-to-be seniors.

So, what does this trend mean to doctors and their financial advisors?

Assessment

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What are the Prospects for US Recession? [A Voting and Opinion Poll]

Is Wall Street Driving Main Street?

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Concern is high that the US economy may be close to or entering recession, yet the fundamentals lend little support to such a projection. There has been no decline in jobs, while corporate health is very strong.

So, the recession concerns appear to be driven more by the decline in stock prices than by economic developments.

IOW: Is Wall Street pessimism driving Main Street gloom?

What do you think? Please vote and be sure to add your comments below.

Conclusion

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