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Retirement Age Keeps Going Up – When Will You Retire? (+4K Views)

Just 10 years ago, most Americans felt confident they'd hang up their hat by the time they turned 60. Now the average working stiff expects to retire at age 65 due to the housing crisis and credit crunch, among other nest egg busters....Experts are predicting that the trend will continue, thanks to the Great Recession so, for now, Americans are just focused on keeping their day jobs. When will you retire? Check out the graphic below to find out.

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From Under the Radar – Great Articles On Gold, Inflation & Investing

Every now and then very informative, insightful and well-written financial articles gets buried by more trendy, exciting and provocative articles and, as such, they get overlooked - fly under the radar as Malaysia flight MH370 has done. Below are introductory paragraphs and links to a few such articles posted on the internet in the past week that are still very timely and well worth your time to check out.

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The Bottom Is In for Gold and Silver – Here Are the Reasons Why (+2K Views)

No one has a crystal ball and I certainly don’t claim to have one. [Nevertheless,] I strongly believe that the prices we see today in gold and silver will be looked back upon in the next few years as a great buying opportunity. The data I read and understand tells me the case for gold and silver is now a strong one...If you are conservative dollar cost average into a position for a long time now [otherwise] I am OK with a full allocation into gold and silver at this point in time...

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U.S. Economy Depends on Who Wins This Battle

Politicians foolishly believe they can bend the laws of nature. They are fools for trying. Sadly, the pain and suffering that will be incurred will be borne by the millions of citizens dependent on markets and the economy. The economy cannot recover without a complete cleansing of the excesses that have built up over the last half century plus. [This article spells out why that is the case.] Words: 710

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Addiction to Credit Card Debt Remains Excessive Albeit Declining – Here are the Facts (+2K Views)

Households with credit card debt carry $16,000 at an average rate of 15% and, given that some households have little credit card debt, you can imagine how high the debt is for others.. Imagine, $16,000, but that is actually down by 17% as the grand American household deleveraging continues. [Be that as it may, credit card debt is still excessive with all ages and all income groups. Here are the facts.] Words: 760

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Twitter Weekly Updates for w/e May 6/2011

New article posted on munKNEE: https://munknee.com/2011/05/richard-russell-demise-of-the-yankee-dollar-vs-the-rise-in-gold/ # New article by Chris Puplava: https://munknee.com/2011/05/what-the-1970s-performance-of-gold-silver-and-usd-says-about-tomorrow/ # New article! https://munknee.com/2011/05/why-hyperinflation-is-not-likely-let-alone-imminent/ # New Article on Gold and Silver https://munknee.com/2011/05/%e2%80%9cthree-peaks%e2%80%9d-pattern-suggests-gold-to-decline-17-into-june/ # Not too late to buy gold!https://munknee.com/2011/04/goldrunner-gold-on-track-to-reach-1860-1920-by-mid-year/ # An opposite point of view:https://munknee.com/2011/05/america-is-bankrupt-claim-is-total-nonsense-heres-why/ # Powered by Twitter Tools

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