Is the pension bubble about to burst?

If the pension bubble does burst, what happens next?

pension bubbleSome interesting rumblings lately about the possible pension bubble! There are reports that pensions are about to do a lot of selling on the stock market and that could spell the beginning of the end.We will talk about that and discuss how it might effect real estate in those areas where the pension bubble is biggest. Plus, we will run down the top 10 list of cities with the highest levels of unfunded liabilities with their pensions. These numbers will blow your mind!

We will also take some time to talk about the state that lost the most residents in 2016. Also, we have an update on yet another country that is embracing negative interest rates or what is also called a “Bail In”.

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The Pension Bubble! – Failing Pensions And Real Estate

  Plus: Out of state investors Dallas is in deep trouble. Despite all the amazing news recently about how successful Dallas has been with economic growth, a booming real estate market and companies relocating there – a single issue could potentially spell bankruptcy for the city. That is issue pensions – and …

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