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    The Average 401(k) Balance by Age

    With the decline in workplace pension plans, the responsibility to save for retirement falls squarely on the shoulders of employees. Here are the average 401(k) balance by age range as of the second quarter of 2019, according to data released by Fidelity Investments.

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    The Average Doctor Salary by State and Specialty

    Doctors are seeing an upward trend in annual income, especially when they specialize. But there are other factors at work when it comes to physicians' incomes.

  • Investors should prepare for a coronavirus-induced ‘vicious spiral’ more than twice as bad as the financial crisis, says J.P. Morgan
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    Investors should prepare for a coronavirus-induced ‘vicious spiral’ more than twice as bad as the financial crisis, says J.P. Morgan

    There is a significant chance the global economy experiences “a vicious spiral, which is typical of recessions, between weak final demand, weaker labor markets, falling profits, weak credits markets and low oil prices.”

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    10 Cheap Dividend Aristocrats to Buy on the Dip

    Investing in a company that pays you no matter how the market performs sounds like exactly what investors need right now, and recent market volatility means that many dividend aristocrats are cheaper than they've been in years. Here are 10 cheap dividend aristocrats to buy -- each one is well-positioned to survive a recession while paying you a healthy dividend. In the 2019 fiscal year, 66% of General Dynamics' consolidated revenue came from the U.S. government.

  • 2 Pros On Disney's Stock: 'Dip Your Toes' And 'Take Your Time'
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    Benzinga

    2 Pros On Disney's Stock: 'Dip Your Toes' And 'Take Your Time'

    If Walt Disney Co (NYSE: DIS) was a pure theme park company, there would be a reason for "massive concerns." But this isn't the case, Michael Bapis, managing director at Vios Advisors at Rockefeller Capital Management said last Friday on a CNBC "Trading Nation" segment.Disney's Diversified Business Disney's business has evolved over the past five to seven years to the point where it's now heavily diversified, Bapis said. Most recently, the launch of the Disney+ streaming platform gives the company a new direct to consumer business and media distribution strategy.The company's theme parks unit "will hurt" in the near-term due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and some level for pain could linger on for up to two years, he said. But in the interim, the streaming business offers a form of offset to lost revenue."It's just a product of the environment, it's a product of the markets that are just a 'sell everything' type of a market," Bapis said. "I do believe you could dip your toe into owning Disney now and you know, 12, 18, 24 months, it's definitely going to be higher."See Also: 7 Media And Entertainment Stocks To Buy, Sell And HoldBuy Disney's Stock Near $90? Investors should be aware that a stock like Disney will rebound before its business fully returns to normal, Miller Tabak equity strategist Matt Maley also said on "Trading Nation." In fact, stocks "always bounce" way before the company's fundamentals go back to normal.The $90 level coincides with a level of resistance seen over the past few years. But investors should "take your time" in buying near $90 per share and avoid jumping in "with both feet.""You're going to get some great prices here and one to two to three years, you're going to look really, really good in this stock," he said.Disney's stock traded higher by 4.5% around $98 per share at time of publication.Latest Ratings for DIS DateFirmActionFromTo Apr 2020Atlantic EquitiesUpgradesNeutralOverweight Apr 2020Guggenheim SecuritiesDowngradesBuyNeutral Apr 2020Imperial CapitalMaintainsIn-Line View More Analyst Ratings for DIS View the Latest Analyst Ratings See more from Benzinga * Disney's Bob Iger Addresses The Coronavirus: We Are 'Incredibly Resilient' * Beyond Meat Vs. Impossible Foods: Product Offerings And Pricing * Cramer On Buying Disney's Stock Right Now: 'Makes Sense To Me'(C) 2020 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.