If The Market Goes Bust, Dont Blame Boomers

Department of the Treasury, net purchases of U.S. equities by foreign institutions have been steadily increasing, with $109 billion in net foreign purchases in 2012 versus just $6 billion in 1980. The continuing globalization of capital markets is a reminder that U.S. investors aren't the only buyers of U.S. stocks. Foreign investors will be eager buyers of baby boomer http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20131207102553AAXvB0j equity sales. There's much hand wringing about how U.S. Full story: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/if-the-market-goes-bust-dont-blame-boomers-2014-01-15