Archive for the ‘Retirement Planning’ Category

Bernie Madoff: Don’t Let Wall Street Scam You, Like I Did

Sunday, June 9th, 2013

American Incomes Are Falling And Near-Retirees Are Getting Crushed: Study

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

Very scary reality for older American’s …the retirees. With their fixed income dropping and home prices down, this is tough times for the older generation.

U.S Gov / Fed Market Manipulation/Currency with Bond Re-Purchase Scheme

Thursday, March 8th, 2012

Did Maria Bartiromo say “the Fed to bullshit the economy” ??

Dow Jones Industrial Average Crashes 634 Points Today – Signalling New Recession Ahead

Monday, August 8th, 2011

Dow Jones Industrial average - DJIA crash 634 points August 8 , 2011 signalling the great depression 2.0
About 6 months ago I warned a family member to move all his investment to cash or Canadian bond position, however the response I got back, was “Why should I do that, the financial stocks are doing very well now.”
I however, did not press the issue with this family member because I didn’t want to seem like a know it all, but I knew that the rise in the stock market will be followed by a sharp and violent downturn and it finally arrived.

American Collapse – Answers from Jim Rogers, Marc Faber and Others (Warning Creepy Music)

Saturday, August 6th, 2011

The music is a little creepy, but there is a lot of solid evidence that points to the collapse will come for the United States and global depression. It can come in 3 to 5 years, exactly when is not know, these issues which has been kicked down the road always takes time to work itself out, but when it does it hits fast.

The Coming Retirement Storm – 9 Million Retiring Canadian Baby Boomers

Sunday, July 31st, 2011

Baby Boomers retire in Canada
With the current economic situation in the United States which has somewhat spilled over into Canada, it would seem that most Canadian’s that are close to retirement are destined to work well into old age because they have not saved enough or are burdened heavily by debt.

A Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce poll this week showed that only half of Canadian Boomers aged 45 to 64 have some type of regular savings programs in place. And a TD Waterhouse survey found 31% of retirees aged 55 to 70 are spending more in retirement than expected.

Boomer Dreams vs Corporate Reality – Coming Real Estate Crash and Debt Problem In Canada

Sunday, June 26th, 2011

This video has some really solid statistics about Canadian peoples debt, the 30% senior citizen’s retiring and the glut of homes that will be entering the market that is going to drive home prices down.

It talks about how corporations has filled peoples head with ideas of a lifestyle that most debt ridden Canadian cannot really afford. This is a must watch, it is a hard look at the reality of things and the coming hardships.

More Americans Will Be Working Into Retirement – Do Something You Love As Work

Wednesday, May 25th, 2011

The last several years of slumping economy has had a huge impact on many American’s ability to retire.

This is a video of what retirees should consider before heading into the retirement years and planning to work during those years. It talks about finding your passion and doing what you love as work, that way earning an income doesn’t seem like work.

Canadians More Cautious About The Economy

Wednesday, January 26th, 2011

Canadian flag on city building
A greater number of Canadians feel that the economy is getting worse than last year. Now 20% up from 14% last year feel this way.

Some of the top concerns of Canadians are having enough money to retire, and improving personal finance. They feel that the Canadian economy maybe getting a little bit better by the government reports but at home things are getting worse, goods are more expensive (inflation), jobs are hard to find and people are still being laid off. So to the average Canadian, their personal finance situation really don’t feel any better.

Overdose: The Next Financial Crisis – 2008 Is Just The Beginning

Wednesday, December 29th, 2010

Overdose documentary - next coming financial crisis
The initial financial collapse in 2008 was just the tip of the iceberg. Since then the U.S has been struggling to grow economically and millions upon millions of jobs has been lost. If you think things are getting better, you are probably watching mainstream media…truth is the U.S economy is struggling and run the risk of another collapse. Watch the documentary and make up your own mind.

12 Things That You Can Do To Improve Your Finances Now!

Saturday, April 24th, 2010

12 things to do for improving your finances

1. Create A Balance Sheet

Begin and look at your net worth by collecting your most recent investment statements and going online to retrieve your current account balances.

Once you’ve documented your assets and subtract your liabilities, consider the following questions:

  • Does any one financial asset consume a disproportionate share of your net worth?
  • Are your assets properly insured?