Who do you like: Bill or Newt?

June 1997
Journal of Financial Planning;Jun97, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p13
Academic Journal
This article presents the results of a survey on Baby Boomers by the mutual fund family, Scudder, Stevens & Clark Inc. in relation to retirement planning. According to the survey Baby Boomers continue deceive themselves about their investing insightfulness. Nearly seventy percent of them rely on personal research for financial advice while only twenty-five percent use financial planners.


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