Blog/Pension Crisis

Bundesbank warns of Coming Pension Crisis

The Bundesbank has come out warning that there is a German pension crisis. They have proposed that states raise the pension tax and that they should gradually [...]

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Pension Crisis hits Russia

Vladimir Putin tried to reform Russia’s pensions system which is crumbling as is the case in the West. This giant Ponzi Scheme is collapsing and it has been [...]

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Beware of the Real Debt Crisis on the Horizon – not the BS on TV

We have to come to the reality that from 2019 onward, we are headed into a Pension Crisis that will be serious. Many are starting to yell about the debt crisis. [...]

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Trump Tries to Deal with the Pension Crisis

  Most small businesses do not offer retirement plans because the excessive regulation which drives the costs significantly higher. Trump’s new Executive [...]

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The German Pension Crisis to Become a Political Issue as in Italy

The Pension Crisis is starting to be noticed in Europe. The German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz is arguing that the federal government has to guarantee the pension [...]

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California State Employee Slept for 3 hours per Day on the Job

It has come out that a DMV employee in California slept on the job for 3 hours per day or more. A state auditor’s report of the DMV show a woman simply slept on [...]

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Irish Pension Invested in Italian Bonds?

QUESTION: Hi Marty, I hope you’re keeping well? More news from the “EU beacon of light” for you. I’ve enclosed an article regarding Irish pension money in [...]

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Why Do Some Pension Funds Avoid Equities?

QUESTION: Hi there Mr. Armstrong In attempting to synthesize some of your past comments, I wonder if it is accurate to conclude that rate hikes are the lesser of [...]

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Can Governments Dictate to the Free Markets?

QUESTION: Martin, Thank you for your work and I really enjoy reading your blog. I had a conversation with someone in the hedge fund world and thought he had a very [...]

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Italian Pension Crisis – a Blueprint for the Rest of Us

Back in 2011, the Italian government under Mario Montis instituted a pension reform deciding the Fonero right. Italy had to impose this reform to reduce its debt [...]

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