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“Gold prices jumped more than 2 percent after earlier hitting a 4-month high on Thursday as European shares and the dollar turned lower after a shock move by Switzerland to abandon its three-year cap on the franc sent Europe’s shares and bond yields tumbling.
“Gold is gaining from a risk-off situation because nobody expected the Swiss central bank not to keep that cap, and this has created potential big losses in many places and is obviously triggering some flight to safety,” Saxo Bank senior manager Ole Hansen said.”
Author and Speaker Chuck Blakeman believes that there are better formats for businesses today than the old model that has carried over from 100 years ago during the industrial revolution. He has found hundreds of companies already using what he calls the Participation Age approach to running a business. In this model there are no bosses (managers), no set work hours, vacations as needed, no HR departments and lots of freedom for adults to do what they know they can and should do.
Retirement as it has been pushed on the US public for the past 60 to 70 years is not something required of those who work in a Participation Age business when they turn 65. If they want to continue and be productive they can. Listen to this video and see if this concept stirs you to want to be part of a business that operates with these principles.
“Gold hit three-week highs on Tuesday as sliding oil prices knocked stock markets and concerns simmered over Greece’s future in the euro zone, prompting investors to seek out bullion as a safe store of value.
“European shares resumed their sell-off after Monday’s slump, with energy stocks declining as oil prices fell 3 percent to new 5-1/2 year lows.
“That prompted investors to buy assets perceived as offering safety, such as U.S. and German government bonds, the Japanese yen and gold, offsetting the negative impact on the metal of a stronger dollar.”
“A new study that’s likely to draw the ire of some takes things a step further. A multi-university organization, the National Bureau of Economic Research, reported that having too many older workers in a society slows its rate of entrepreneurship. In addition to finding that older workers, on average, tend to be less innovative, the study also reported that they block younger workers from acquiring new skills and opportunities.”
“If China were to convert a relatively modest part of its $4 trillion foreign exchange reserves into gold, the country’s currency could take on unexpected strength in today’s international financial system. It would be a gamble, of course, for China to use part of its reserves to buy enough gold bullion to displace the United States from its position as the world’s largest holder of monetary gold. (As of spring 2014, U.S. holdings amounted to $328 billion.)…
“If the dollar or any other fiat currency were universally acceptable at all times, central banks would see no need to hold any gold. The fact that they do indicates that such currencies are not a universal substitute. Of the 30 advanced countries that report to the International Monetary Fund, only four hold no gold as part of their reserve balances.”
“If bigger is better, then the Baby Boomers, some 76 million strong and the largest generation in US history, can consider itself large and in charge. This generation, born from 1946 to 1964, has wielded their influence on just about every aspect of American life and they continue to do so. They have more discretionary income than any other age group and control some 70% of the total net worth of all American households.
“But even with this substantial financial firepower, many Boomers face some serious threats to their financial health as they enter their retirement years. As financial planners at Glassman Wealth Services with a large subset of our clients falling under the umbrella of “baby boomers,” we have found 5 important problems that keep coming up again and again and again.”
“I’ve been helping people save and invest for more than two decades. In that time, I’ve come to understand that one of the best routes to financial independence is to enter into retirement without a mortgage.
“Not only will you require substantially less income to survive, you’ll also be subjecting yourself to significantly less stress.
“But if this is all true, why do so many people reach retirement age and still carry a huge mortgage?”