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Old 25-06-2016, 06:59 AM
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Originally Posted by bubbs11 View Post
There's more to life than the markets, FTSE, pound sterling...

Just saying
There is, but in a capitalist society we all need savings to buy the things we want in life. Ignoring the extreme rich, most people work extremely hard to get a mortgage, buy a house, go on holiday and have retirement financial security. To get these we rely on the markets. Any crash to these and millions of people have just had their hard earned savings shattered unnecessarily. Yes they might go up in a dozen, twenty years. But most forecasts suggest we'll struggle short term. Hardly desirable and potentially crushing for many.
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