Trends and Insights – ZoomerU

A new poll by Pew Research shows that a high percentage of Facebook users have reduced their usage ...

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With summer drawing to a close, the back-to-school ads are increasing in their frequency, as ...

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It’s not exactly news that buying a house is increasingly unaffordable, especially in the major ...

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In past generations, getting older meant withdrawing from the consumer marketplace. Age not only ...

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In an earlier post, we commented on the "adulting" craze -- books and videos (and even a school) ...

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Books, videos and even a school teach Millennials how to do "adulting" It's true. ...

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Most marketers of travel destinations and related services acknowledge the critical importance of ...

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ZOOMER U VICE PRESIDENT DAVID CRAVIT WAS RECENTLY INTERVIEWED ON THIS TOPIC ON ZOOMER RADIO. LISTEN ...

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A TD Canada survey in January, 2017 found that 62% of Canadian Baby Boomers couldn't save enough ...

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In the UK, adolescence was traditionally defined as running from age 10 to age 19. Not any ...

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Today's Factoid

1,536,000

Number of Zoomers who personally hold investments and savings of $500,000 or more. No other age group is close. In fact, nearly seven out of ten Canadians (69.2%) with investments and savings of $500,000 or more, are Zoomers. Follow the money.   Source: Vividata Spring 2018.