Baby boomers, heavily invested in stocks, are putting retirement savings at risk: Study

Many people approaching retirement age today are heavily invested in stocks, potentially leaving their savings vulnerable to the next recession. "If there was a market downturn, they could lose a significant chunk of what they've worked so hard to save," said Meghan Murphy, the vice president of thought leadership at Fidelity.
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