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From yesterday’s blog, jrf29 writes:
Chris, I’m not sure I understand this. How could baby boomers
outnumber the generation behind them? Total fertility rate for the
baby boomers is projected to settle around 2.1 (approximately equal to,
or just slightly below, the replacement rate).
The fact of the matter is that there’s a "hole" in the demographic profile right behind the boomers.
The chart below is not a "rate chart". The length of the bars corresponds to the numbers of people broken out into 5 year age increments. The longer the bar, the more people it represents.
We can state, unequivocally that there are more boomers than there are people in the cohort behind them.
See that pink box (below)? That represents the boomers. There are more of them than there are people in the next set of three bars.
by Chris Martenson
Thursday, January 1, 2009, 10:26 PM
Eleven months ago, in February 2008, I led a conference at Rowe (MA) along with Becca Martenson and Alejandro Levins. At that time, the current financial crisis was not even on the radar screen for most journalists and investment houses.
We made these financial recommendations:
- Reduce exposure to equities
- 10-50% of “Nest Egg” in Gold
- Watch the markets carefully! Know what to look for.
- 3 months’ expenses “out of the bank” and in cash (and remaining money in SAFER banks)
by Chris Martenson
Thursday, September 4, 2008, 10:07 AM
A Market Decline in Search of a Reason (NYT – Sept 4)
Stocks on Wall Street plunged on Thursday, but few investors seemed to know why.
A broad sell-off sent the Dow Jones industrial average more than 320 points in afternoon trading, hours after the government reported that the number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits unexpectedly rose last week.