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Panel B: Stock holdings Figure 1: Wealth, consumption, labor income, and stock holdings proﬁle. The plots depict wealth, consumption, labor income, and stock holdings over the life-cycle.
Figure 2: The components of human capital. The histogram depicts the investments in the various securities (risky asset S, pseudo-securities Xj, j = 1, 2, and risk-free money market B) that replicate the long position in human capital (that is, the present value of future labor income ﬂows).
Panel B: Correlation of stock returns and returns to human capital Figure 3: Human capital. The properties of human capital for the baseline case parameters.
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