The Next Watering Hole

Walker, Lewis J.
February 2009
Journal of Financial Planning;Feb2009, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p26
Academic Journal
The article discusses the decreases in stock prices that occurred in 2008. The author states that some believe that the decrease in stock market prices will lead to additional investment opportunities. The changing influence that the author feels that various people will have on the financial sector is discussed, including women and the sandwich generation. Changes that have occurred in plans that financial advisors have regarding their businesses once they retire are mentioned. The author states that many independent financial representatives plan on selling their businesses once they retire.


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