The financial services industry has often segmented baby boomers by their ages or their asset levels.

But a new study released by Allianz Life Insurance Co. of North America adds a compelling twist: It breaks survey respondents into psychographic categories. So if you’re a financial adviser, the client sitting in front of you probably belongs to one of five personality groups: overwhelmed, resilient, iconic, savvy and distracted.

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