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$1.2 Trillion Asset Manager: Forget Volatility, The Real Financial Timebomb Is Public Pensions

This report was originally published by Tyler Durden at Zero Hedge As we have reported over and over and over (and over, and over), public pensions are in deep, deep trouble. In addition critical funding shortfalls (U.S. public pensions had just 71.8% of assets required to meet obligations as of June 2016), many of the country’s largest pensions have completely unrealistic target rates-of-return of 7% on average. […]

Drowning In The Money River

This report was originally published by Adam Taggart at PeakProsperity.com It’s a big club and you ain’t in it. ~ George Carlin If you suspect society is unfair, that there’s a different set of rules the rich live by, you’re right. I’ve had ample chance to witness first-hand evidence of this in my time working […]

Almost A Third Of Americans Are Working Beyond Age 65

There is a huge disparity in employment rates among over 65s across different countries… You will find more statistics at Statista As Statista's Niall McCarthy notes, a recent OECD report found that the highest rates of people working beyond 65 are in Asia with Indonesia particularly notable as having a 50.6 percent employment among those in […]

The Great Retirement Con

This report was originally published by Adam Taggart at PeakProsperity The Origins Of The Retirement Plan Back during the Revolutionary War, the Continental Congress promised a monthly lifetime income to soldiers who fought and survived the conflict. This guaranteed income stream, called a “pension”, was again offered to soldiers in the Civil War and every […]

Fabrications Of Financial Media Superstars – Part One

Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, Every day, the A-listers, those known around the world as household-name financial media royalty, are making public statements that if taken on the surface as actionable advice, are going to lead to unpleasant financial surprises. Not for them. For you. As authorities, no matter what they bloviate about on […]

Red Flag Warning: These California Wildfires Are ‘Among The Most Destructive Fire Events In US History’ And They Are About To Get Even Worse

The wildfires that are roaring through northern California are already “among the most destructive fire events in U.S. history”, and by the time it is all said and done this could be the worst wildfire season in the history of the state.  So far, fires have scorched more than 250 square miles, and more than […]

Another Major Disaster Hits The U.S. – A Massive ‘Firestorm’ Is Burning Tens Of Thousands Of Acres In Northern California

The nation is still reeling from a series of major disasters in recent weeks, and now another one has hit us.  At this moment, an enormous “firestorm” is consuming tens of thousands of acres in eight counties in northern California. Wind gusts of up to 50 mph are rapidly driving 15 large wildfires across Napa, […]

Survey shows UK and US Pensions Crisis is Imminent

goldcore.com / By janskoyles / October 7, 2017 Both UK and US drop in Global Retirement Security Rankings US falls due to sharp income inequality and reduced workforce to support retirees UK is two spots away from being in the bottom 10 for government indebtedness FCA’s Andrew Bailey says “clear risk” that savings rate for retirement is too […]

Survey shows UK and US Pensions Crisis is Imminent

Survey shows UK and US Pensions Crisis is Imminent Both UK and US drop in Global Retirement Security Rankings US falls due to sharp income inequality and reduced workforce to support retirees UK is two spots away from being in the bottom 10 for government indebtedness FCA’s Andrew Bailey says “clear risk” that savings rate for […]

“This Is A Crisis Greater Than Any Government Can Handle”: The $400 Trillion Global Retirement Gap

Submitted by John Mauldin of Mauldin Economics Today we’ll continue to size up the bull market in governmental promises. As we do so, keep an old trader’s slogan in mind: “That which cannot go on forever, won’t.” Or we could say it differently: An unsustainable trend must eventually stop. Lately I have focused on the […]