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Illinois Supreme Court Rules Against Pensions

By admin / November 28, 2017

The Illinois Supreme Court has used STRICT CONSTRUCTION to defend the State against State Employee pensions that have been bankrupting the State. Previously, back in 2014, the  Supreme Court ruled that health care benefits provided to state employees were a “permanent benefit” guaranteed by the state constitution. That has led to a complete disaster as healthcare […]

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Will Spain be the First to Default on Pensions?

By admin / November 21, 2017

The Pension Crisis is brewing rapidly and we will begin to see this make headlines much more so around the world. There is hardly a country not in trouble (Norway the exception), where pensions are underfunded as governments have relied upon tax revenue. As the crisis in Spain brews, it will be the pension crisis […]

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The Most Befuddling Investment Decision is Currency FIRST!

By admin / November 16, 2017

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I want to thank you for a spectacular WEC. I was amazed at how many pension funds were there. They were some of the biggest and we hear that they are listening to you and had shifted into equities. Some were talking at the cocktail party how you have really helped them even […]

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The Coming Pension Rehabilitation Administration

By admin / November 13, 2017

  Remember the S&L Crisis, well welcome to the Pension Crisis. It is becoming well known behind the curtain that we have a global pension crisis. I first reported this event more than 15 years ago. This at the WEC, we had more than 10 major pension funds attending from around the world. The crisis has […]

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Here Comes the PRA – Pension Rehabilitation Administration

By admin / November 13, 2017

Remember the S&L Crisis, well welcome to the Pension Crisis. It is becoming well known behind the curtain that we have a global pension crisis. I first reported this event more than 15 years ago. This at the WEC, we had more than 10 major pension funds attending from around the world. The crisis has been […]

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Italy’s Solution for Unemployment = Pension Crisis

By admin / October 16, 2017

The high taxation in Europe has crippled the economy. Those in power have not yet figured out that 70% of employment is created by the small business owner who they consider the rich and thus the enemy. Nowhere has this been more the case in Italy, Greece, and Spain. Italy is the next on the […]

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The BREXIT Bill to Leaves is All About Pensions for EU Politicians

By admin / October 5, 2017

Why is the bill so high from the EU to Britain to exit the EU?  It’s the Pensions. The EU pensions for government employees is rising dramatically. This is why the exit bill is climbing so high. They expect Britain to pay up for pensions of other EU politicians. Hm. It’s always about them! Curious!

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The Pension Crisis Coming to a Boil

By admin / September 28, 2017

The BBC has come out and reported that three million savers in Britain in what is known as final-salary pension schemes only have a 50/50 chance of receiving the payouts they were promised, a study has concluded. We issued a special report on the rising Pension Crisis and it has been unfolding on schedule. The […]

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Norway – The Largest Sovereign Wealth Fund in the World

By admin / September 27, 2017

QUESTION: Martin, There are several news stories this past week reporting that Norway’s pension fund has reached $1 trillion dollars, or $190,000 per citizen. Are there some countries like Norway that will survive the coming pension crisis?   Thank You,   Alex   ANSWER: Not many. They are far and few between because Europe, Asia, […]

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UK Pension Fund Insolvency Soars by 30% in a Single Year

By admin / September 26, 2017

The London Sunday Times business section headline demonstrates what is really facing us and governments implode. Public sector pensions liability surged 30% in a single year due to low bond yields. It is not possible for the UK to fund £1.8 trillion. The first course of action will be, as always, raise taxes. That is […]

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