Why Now Could Be The Best Time to Make Money On The Stock Market?

Written by Cory Bain

Do you wish to make money onrepparttar stock market? Would you like to know why there could be no better time then now to make money onrepparttar 150232 stock market? The answer is demographics. Demographics isrepparttar 150233 statistical study ofrepparttar 150234 human population. No doubt you have heard ofrepparttar 150235 baby boom generation. These are individuals born betweenrepparttar 150236 years 1946-1964. They are important because they make up a large percentage of most western civilizations. In fact, Canada hasrepparttar 150237 largest percentage of baby boomers per capita.

The baby boom generation has been influencing our economy throughout their entire lives. For example: ∑The baby food boom ofrepparttar 150238 1950ís ∑The large increase in new schools built in North America duringrepparttar 150239 1960ís ∑Inflation inrepparttar 150240 1970ís ∑The real estate boom ofrepparttar 150241 1980ís ∑The explosive growth of mutual fund investing inrepparttar 150242 1990ís

Also consider these scary facts from a recent study fromrepparttar 150243 US Department of Labor: ∑Only 57% of all households have a retirement account. ∑The average total financial assets is $101,518.85 ∑The average retirement savings is $49,944.82 ∑The median retirement savings is $2,000, which suggestsrepparttar 150244 majority of households are belowrepparttar 150245 average. You can readrepparttar 150246 study yourself at http://www.bls.gov/opub/cwc/cm20050114ar01p1.htm

We have a large percentage ofrepparttar 150247 population approaching retirement and on average not prepared financially. It is only human nature to procrastinate, to enjoyrepparttar 150248 present and wait tillrepparttar 150249 last moment to prepare forrepparttar 150250 future. How can this information help you make money onrepparttar 150251 stock market?

The baby boomer generation is entering their most financially productive years. Most have completely paid off their homes and have a great deal of income to invest into their retirement savings. The influx of capital intorepparttar 150252 stock market will causerepparttar 150253 market as a whole to increase. That is why many leading stock market forecasters, such as Harry S. Dent, see a very strong boom inrepparttar 150254 stock market starting around 2005-2006. During this boomrepparttar 150255 Dow Jones is predicted to increase to 40,000. This is nearly a 400% increase from its current value of roughly 10,600.

UK Student Loans Explained

Written by Joseph Kenny

Student loans seem to berepparttar only feasible way out to pursue higher studies forrepparttar 150203 average student in UK. Things become allrepparttar 150204 more difficult for those without university funding. The government, in its efforts to make further education affordable, had undertaken quite a few steps to buffer educational finance. A significant step towards this end wasrepparttar 150205 formalising ofrepparttar 150206 Student Loans scheme.

The Student Loans scheme was meant to help students with their costs of living during their period of study. Withrepparttar 150207 credit market in UK specialising and booming with respect torepparttar 150208 various economic spheres, student loans from private players are gradually becoming easier to get. Numerous lending agencies are eager to offer you a student loan after taking care of every odd problem a borrower may have.

The student loan or support schemes available in UK for various types of education & training within Britain are numerous. The specifications for student loans differ onrepparttar 150209 basis ofrepparttar 150210 type ofrepparttar 150211 course for which funding is needed, that is, full, part-time, or distance courses at UK universities and alsorepparttar 150212 nationality, region, merit, and financial capacity ofrepparttar 150213 student.

The student loan specifications and categorisation also change according torepparttar 150214 study level

students planning to go to Further Education, currently in Further Education, left Further Education, Gap Year, students with children, disabled students, postgraduate students, mature students, teachers, NHS funded students, students in Scotland, students in N. Ireland & EU students.

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