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Cramer's Advice to Baby Boomers

[Adapted from Cramer's appearance on CNBC's Boomer Angst, premiering Friday, May 16 at 9p/12a ET]

The future is bright and stocks are cheap. That’s according to Mad Money’s Jim Cramer who urges Baby Boomers to embrace stocks with long-term bullish themes as a way to invest without worrying unnecessarily about the volatile hand of the market.

Half of a stock’s move is almost always related to its sector, Cramer always says. So find themes that you think will last forever and aren’t tied to the ebbs and flows of the day-to-day market. Here are the sectors Cramer recommends for Boomers looking to invest in their retirement:

Aerospace & Defense

Half of a stock’s move is almost always related to its sector, Cramer always says. So find themes that you think will last forever and aren’t tied to the ebbs and flows of the day-to-day market. Here are the sectors Cramer recommends for Boomers looking to invest in their retirement:

Aerospace & Defense

Half of a stock’s move is almost always related to its sector, Cramer always says. So find themes that you think will last forever and aren’t tied to the ebbs and flows of the day-to-day market. Here are the sectors Cramer recommends for Boomers looking to invest in their retirement:

Aerospace & Defense

Half of a stock’s move is almost always related to its sector, Cramer always says. So find themes that you think will last forever and aren’t tied to the ebbs and flows of the day-to-day market. Here are the sectors Cramer recommends for Boomers looking to invest in their retirement:

Aerospace & Defense

Half of a stock’s move is almost always related to its sector, Cramer always says. So find themes that you think will last forever and aren’t tied to the ebbs and flows of the day-to-day market. Here are the sectors Cramer recommends for Boomers looking to invest in their retirement:

Aerospace & Defense

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