I think that mutual fund managers make more money the longer you hold your funds. Death frequently causes withdrawals, so mutual funds that prevent the death of their clients make more money for fund managers. How to make the clients live 25-30% longer? The mutual fund just send the person a rebate
check the investor can use on voluntary metformin or deprenyl to keep their clients alive longer, that raking in more dough.
Metformin or deprenyl are near $.5 ot $1.00 a day or cheaper.
If they fund manager can keep their clients alive 11 years longer, and times are good, the value of the mutual fund might double, causing fiscally minded folks to be willing to live longer.
This would also make a great new product. A trust for adult children of the wealthy, to earn more through out their lives they could take the longevity drugs that the brokerage suggests, and also funds.