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I'm not sure if this is the right discussion to post this, but I've been wondering if there will be some point in the future when the "outflow" of retirement money will be greater than the "inflow." Right now we're experiencing a lot of money being put into the stock market via retirement vehicles. At some point these stocks and mutual funds will be cashed out or placed in lower risk vehicles. Does this have ramifications for stock prices? Can we predict whether or when demographics may have unfavorably consequences for the market?

Is there any info out there or maybe I just have too much driving time to think about about events in the future?

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