According to numerous experts, including “bond king” Bill Gross, the trend-line for investing over the next couple of decades is pretty bleak. Baby Boomers’ nest eggs are in big trouble, stocks are going to produce poor returns for the foreseeable future, and with interest rates at unsustainably low levels, bonds are unlikely to do very well, either. The only solution for those planning to retire is to work longer and save more. Are these experts right? What can we really say for sure about the future of the markets? What are the implications for individual investors? We’ll give you the facts.
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