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Dow 30,000, Not If Demographics Have Anything To Say About It

``The giant buildup in credit that I have covered in a previous article is another reason for a 35-year bull market. The potential problem now is Boomers are hitting retirement, and roughly 10,000 Boomers retire each day... ''
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