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Pensions, Oy Vey

Years ago it seemed that when you hit 65 you’d retire, receive a gold watch, and proceed to spend your pension money on a rocking chair and pot plants. Ten years later you’d be in a box and, since pot plants are cheap, the cost of keeping you alive wasn’t prohibitive. Not anymore. Today

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Gold, Terrorists, And Investing Legends

I apologise in advance today. I don’t have any humour in me, or anything much positive to say – mostly just sadness and a reflection on much of what we’ve been discussing on this blog. Raoul Pal quite correctly mentions that in recessions bad things happen. I don’t think he meant

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