|Comprehensive data on the secondary market for insurance policy sales is incomplete, in part because states regulate the industry and do not collect information uniformly. But industry analysts suggest that if the pace of life insurance policy re-sales over the past several years is any indication, the $30 billion that traded hands last year could easily grow to more than $150 billion over the next decade.
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