Forbes Intelligent Investing Panel: A Lost Decade for US?

October 8, 2009

Despite the threat of a second recession the U.S.'s younger workforce, natural resources and political culture can save it from a lost decade.

With 

  • Gerard Klingman, Founder and President of Klingman & Associates, LLC;

  • Marc Lowlicht, President of the Wealth Management Division of Further Lane Asset Management; and 

  • Bill Singer, Attorney and publisher of http://BrokeAndBroker.com and http://RRBDLaw.com

FORBES: The obvious fear is that the U.S. might not simply will itself out of this recession, as hoped. And while our recession is already one for the record books there is no law saying it can't go on longer, much longer. Just look at Japan.

http://www.forbes.com/2009/10/08/usa-japan-recession-intelligent-investing-deflation.html

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