(Editors Note) August, 2015 marks the 46th anniversary of Woodstock. A new study has just been released by Northwestern Mutual that examines where Americans take risks and reveals that the Woodstock generation (Baby Boomers, 50-68 years old) are generally conservative across the board in almost all areas of their lives.
“While just shy of being as conservative as Matures (aged 69+), Baby Boomers are considerably more risk-averse than Gen X and Millennials in areas such as their social lives and career choices; where they choose to live and how they manage their money. And – get this – they’re the nation’s slowest drivers by far.” See infographic here.
BOOMERS ITS TIME TO TAKE ACTION ONCE AGAIN.
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Keep the Faith!