Posts Tagged ‘zero’

“This free money machine is the equivalent of adding a zero to all the currency bills and declaring that everyone is ten times wealthier now. But as we’ve seen (and history shows), all that happens is a $5 loaf of bread is repriced to $50.” -Charles Hugh Smith

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Public pensions nationwide are crumbling. Legal loopholes are widening. If you don’t take action to protect yourself and your loved ones, you could be left with nothing….  this is not a hypothetical.

In 2001, the vast majority of pensions were fully funded. Generally speaking, “well-funded” means above 80%. But 50% funding or less is considered the “crisis point.” It’s extremely difficult to come back from 50% or less.

According to a new report from The Pew Charitable Trusts – an independent research organization – pensions in Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Kentucky, and New Jersey are less than 50% funded. In fact, New Jersey sits at the bottom of the list… its pension is only 31% funded.

If you’re one of the tens of millions of affected Americans, you should know… you have zero control over what happens.

But there is a solution….  You can move money from your pension….  This gives you total control of your money.” -David Eifrig

No Risk

Posted: November 2, 2017 in Thought for the Day
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“There’s no such thing as ‘zero risk’.” -William Driver

“Japan recently announced it was implementing a negative interest rate.  The central banks of Denmark, Norway, and the European Union are already using negative interest rates.  And last week, Janet Yellen, head of the Federal Reserve, said the Fed is considering it, too….  A negative interest rate means the price of money is below zero….  So why are central banks setting negative interest rates?  They’re experimenting.  They hope negative interest rates will lead people to spend more, and borrow more, and invest more.  They hope negative interest rates will lead to economic growth.  Why?  Because if it costs you to keep your money in the bank, you’ll have more incentive to take your money out and spend it.” -Tom Dyson