Retirement Funds Are Loading Up on Stocks Again

Americans got a cruel shock in 2008 when the stock market fell, blowing a big hole in their retirement savings. It made people realize that having lots of stock right before they retire may not be such a good idea. But now portfolios have recovered, memories have faded, and soon-to-be retirees are embracing stocks again.

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