baby boomer

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a member of the baby boom generation in the 1950s

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Twenty-nine percent of baby-boomer banking customers have more than $100,000 in investable household assets, compared with 19% of Generation X and 12% of Generation Y.
The baby-boomer phenomenon isn't just limited to the United States, said Stan Tulin, vice chairman and CFO of Axa Financial Inc.
It's as though Nirvana took a run at the wall of baby-boomer culture and were broken on it; now the group's peers hang back fearfully, un/happy to reproduce the rock values they wanted to replace.
In the end, I am left wondering, among other things, to what extent it was TV (and movies and songs and ads) that helped light the radical fire under baby-boomer teens and to what extent it was talking about TV that did the trick.
Early retirement by baby-boomers would reduce the long-term burden on the social security trust fund.
The largest and most historically recent was the antiwar movement of the 1960s, led by angry baby-boomers whose Marxist politics first infected disparate universities and then mushroomed into a virulent, world-wide epidemic.
The report termed the current bull market "not dead yet" and said that the impact of baby-boomers on this bull market "cannot be overstated.