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This Generation Tends To Invest In This

Outdoor Portrait Of Loving CoupleWhich stocks are seniors investing in? Today’s article highlights the stocks and why they’re so popular. Here’s what they had to say, “The B shares of Buffett’s investment firm make up 1.1% of the average Senior portfolio but this does not elevate the stock to their top ten holdings, according to TD Ameritrade. Conversely, Berkshire falls comfortably into the youngest adult generations’ ten favorites. It ranks fourth with Millennials making up 1.7% of their portfolios and fourth with Gen Xers at 1.5%. The stock also accounts for 1.1% of the average Baby Boomer’s portfolio but for that generation — born between 1946 and 1964 — Berkshire ranks ninth.” To check out the stocks, CLICK HERE.