An Expose of America's Retirement Experiment
In his own words, filmmaker Doug Orchard describes the Baby Boomer Dilemma movie as “An expose on America’s retirement experiment.” The movie covers the historical story of “the pension era” and the many challenges that both pension managers and participants experienced that led to a massive decline in the availability of pensions for most workers.
As the market shifted away from pensions (defined benefit plan) toward 401Ks (defined contribution plans), American’s were faced with a whole new series of challenges. Today the two biggest risks (investment risk and longevity/income risk) are now squarely on the shoulders of the people who know the least – individual savers and retirees. But it’s not all bad news! The conclusion of the movie shows how every American does have access to dependable, pension-like income with annuities.
Throughout the movie financial experts, published authors, PhDs, economists and even Nobel Prize winners tell the story of the Baby Boomer Dilemma in a way that both educates and entertains the audience.
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"The Baby Boomer Dilemma" – a riveting documentary unearths the precarious path of America's retirement since World War II. From the intricate dynamics of public and corporate pensions to the debated efficacy of Social Security and 401(k)s, this film paints a comprehensive picture. What's the final takeaway? The power and potential of annuities to bridge the national retirement income gap.
Renowned minds like Nobel Prize winners William F. Sharpe and Robert C. Merton, along with other esteemed experts, share their insights on the topic. Their collective expertise brings forth a profound narrative on the history, the challenges, and the solutions for retirement financing in the US. At its core, the documentary echoes a resonating endorsement for income annuities.
While the film showcases a comprehensive roster of experts, it's not just about academic perspectives. There's a human touch – a fictional Florida couple whose struggles encapsulate the worries of many. Their journey, culminating in the realization of missed opportunities like pensions and annuities, is a heartfelt testament to the pressing concerns of many nearing retirement.
It's not merely a film—it's a call to action. As the narrative evolves, the spotlight turns to annuities, often misunderstood but presented here as potential lifelines. Leading figures, from Nobel laureates like Robert C. Merton and William F. Sharpe to industry experts like Tom Hegna, make a compelling case for re-evaluating these financial instruments.
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About The Social Security & Taxes Experts,
Olivia Mitchell, Ph.D.
Presidential Advisor, US Department of Labor ERISA Advisory Council, and Professor of Finance at Wharton
Former Comptroller general of the United States of America
About Retirement Risk Experts,
William F. Sharpe
Nobel Prize-Winning Economist: Bill Share is one of the originators of the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM). He created the Sharpe ratio for risk-adjusted investment.
The Father of the 401(K)
About Retirement Income Experts,
Award-winning Ph.D., Professor of Finance Wharton, and Senior Advisor at Goldman Sachs.
Economist, Bestselling Author, and PBS Television Host of "Don't Worry, Retire Happy."
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Financial professionals who want to watch the movie themselves before committing to host a private event can watch the movie for free by booking a call with our team and getting an email with a promo code that provides you free digital access to view.
We’ll break down several of these items in more detail later in this guide, but here’s a general overview of the movie theater program and some reasons this is a powerful marketing program for advisors. First, we will create a digital marketing campaign that will invite nearby prospects to attend a private screening of the movie. After completing the online registration process, we’ll send them emails and texts to confirm registration. The day of the event you will greet your prospects at the theater, provide them your event material, and help them locate amenities as well as the theater. To start the event, the advisor will introduce the movie, explain the firm’s sponsorship of the movie, and request that everyone stays for a few moments after the movie is over. After this introduction, the movie will play for about 1 hour and 45 minutes. At the conclusion the advisor will invite people to schedule an appointment with them and dismiss the audience.
You can host your movie at almost any local theater. Some of the most popular theater chains you can use are: AMC, Regal, and Cinemark. Because this is a private showing and you’ll be providing the movie itself, almost any theater will be able to accommodate you. We recommend contacting several local theaters and getting some general information and pricing about their private events before confirming the theater you’ll be using.
We recommend hosting your movie event on a Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday evening with a 6:00 or 6:30 start time.
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