3.33k followers • 9 symbols Watchlist by Yahoo Finance
This basket consists of stocks that benefit from the needs of aging baby boomers.
Curated by Yahoo Finance
Baby boomers — people born between 1946 and and 1964 — represent nearly 25% of the US population, and the number of Americans over 65 is projected to double by 2060. Many of the companies on this list serve senior citizens’ needs, including recreational activities, health care, and end-of-life planning.How did we choose these stocks?
Each of these stocks was chosen by the Yahoo Finance editorial staff.Who made these selections?
Yahoo Finance is the most-read business website in the US, garnering roughly 75 million unique visitors every month. The site has extensive coverage of the markets, travel, technology and general business.How are these weighted?
The stocks in this watchlist are weighted equally.
|Watchlist||Change today||1-month return||1-year return||Total return|
|Aging Baby Boomers||+0.71%||-6.75%||-28.37%||-15.44%|
|Symbol||Company name||Last price||Change||% change||Market time||Volume||Avg vol (3-month)||Market cap|
|UNH||UnitedHealth Group Incorporated||408.7||-3.64||-0.88%||16:00 GMT-4||3.55M||2.47M||385.69B|
|PG||The Procter & Gamble Company||143.6||+0.49||+0.34%||16:02 GMT-4||5.38M||6.63M||351.57B|
|RCL||Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.||85.33||+2.41||+2.91%||16:03 GMT-4||4.76M||4.34M||21.72B|
|SCI||Service Corporation International||61.42||+0.66||+1.09%||16:00 GMT-4||979.80k||888.04k||10.33B|
|HI||Hillenbrand, Inc.||41.4||+0.42||+1.02%||16:00 GMT-4||319.69k||392.52k||3.12B|
|MATW||Matthews International Corporation||33.44||+0.50||+1.52%||16:00 GMT-4||106.91k||122.56k||1.08B|
|IVC||Invacare Corporation||5.7||+0.17||+3.07%||16:00 GMT-4||1.72M||585.82k||199.22M|
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