In the frenzy to compete for the attention of America's 79 million Baby Boomers, mutual fund companies might be missing the next big business bang: the Hispanic market.

In 2004, Hispanics wielded $686 billion in disposable income. By 2009, economists expect that figure to hit $1 trillion, or 9% of total U.S. buying power, according to the Selig Center for Economic Growth at the University of Georgia.

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