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boomer

Drug slang
A regional term for psilocybin/psilocin.
 
Vox populi
Baby boomer, see there.
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Head Solutions Group conducted a 20-minute online survey in mid-June with 2,100 American adults, half millennials and half baby boomers, 52% women and 48% men.
Part of the reason for this is that the sweet spot for marketers has always been consumers in the 18- to 49-year-old range, and Baby Boomers--who range in age from 52 to 70--fall outside of that demographic, explains Anne-Marie Kovacs, principal and chief marketing officer at Boombox Networks, a Chicago-based marketing agency dedicated exclusively to Baby Boomers.
With the youngest boomers turning 50 this year and the oldest approaching 70, those near one end of the generation could have completely different needs and tastes than those near the other.
Boomers are squeezed between two generations: their children, who are moving home in increasing numbers, and their aging parents.
More than half (54%) of prepared Boomers reported that when times are good financially they remain conservative with their money, compared with just 35% of unprepared Boomers who reported staying conservative.
In many respects, differences among Boomers are driven by life stage.
And fully 8 in 10 of these boomers (82%) are unsure if they are on track for retirement.
Boomers -- Americans born between 1946 and 1964 -- are a very large consumer group with an age range spanning nearly 20 years.
Only two out of five Baby Boomers state they are on target with their financial plan for retirement; more than half don't know if they're even putting enough money away for retirement.
Research is showing that only one-third of boomers have adequately planned for their golden years.
Baby boomers - Americans born between 1946 and 1964 - are a very large consumer segment with an age range that spans nearly 20 years.