Abuser of everything
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/ne...lack-holes-handing-billions-shareholders.htmlAnalysis by investment group AJ Bell shows that 54 companies in the FTSE 100 index have handed out £48bn to investors in the last two years - despite having a £52bn pension black hole. Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell, for example, last year handed £8bn to shareholders despite figures showing it had a £6.7bn funding gap in 2014.
IMO, all ingredients to a massive global devaluation of money, starting with USA. Long overdue.
In the meantime, the US debt (lie other major ones) keeps getting worse and no sign of improvement. We never really recovered from 2008-2009.... just an artificial situation as money is printed like toilet paper.
Unless you are rich with a generous cushion that allows errors, better think twice before taking that pension. True or not?