Baltimore, Maryland (PRWEB) October 01, 2012
Today, Wall Street Daily announced the publication of new research that challenges conventional thinking about America’s aging population and the nation’s economic prospects.
The prevailing sentiment that the surge of retiring Baby Boomers will serve as a drag on economic growth is, in the view of Wall Street Daily Senior Analyst, Matthew Weinschenk, not an accurate assessment of the dynamic generational forces at work in the economy.
In an exclusive article, Weinschenk offers three distinct factors that paint a far more nuanced picture.
Fears that retirees will pull their money from the market are proving unfounded. Instead, data shows retirees are moving their money into dividend-paying investments. This has helped dividend-paying stocks outperform the market in recent quarters and Weinschenk sees this trend continuing.
However, none other than the 51 million members of Generation X – who are about to enter their peak savings years – could be the key to seeing a rising stock market in the coming months and years.