As Baby Boomers begin to retire and sell out of stocks, the willingness of a counter-party to buy those securities will be critical to the price they will command—and the well-being of those Boomers in retirement, The Sacramento Bee reports.

Enter China. If the government eases its capital markets to allow citizens to invest abroad, the Chinese could be one of the biggest purchasing blocks of those stocks.

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