12/19/2012 – New study reveals stark differences among baby boomers (Investment News)

Younger boomers appear to be less comfortable with financial advisers than older ones.

Baby boomers, the roughly 78 million Americans between the ages of 48 and 66, are the meat and potatoes of the financial advisory industry. They control the bulk of investible assets in the country and constitute the core of most advisers’ book of business. But not all boomers are created equal.

Read the full article at Investment News.