It appears young investors may have been paying attention as the market crash threw Baby Boomers’ futures into disarray.

That theory may help explain why Fidelity Investments’ clients age 30 and younger started pumping more money last year into their individual retirement accounts, says Keri Dogan, senior vice president of retirement, rollover and college products at the Boston-based fund giant.

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