How Fed Policy Has Devastated Three Generations of Retirees

A need to adapt to survive takes over planning

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How Fed Policy Has Devastated Three Generations of Retirees

Adapt to Survive

Multiple years of shrinking interest rates, thanks to heavy bond buying by the Federal Reserve in its Quantitative Easing program, have taken an immense toll on generations of savers. The increased risk that current and future retirees have to take on to meet their income needs has left many shaken and financially insecure.

As a result, many are now looking to new strategies to make up for the shortfall the Fed’s zero interest rate policy has created—shifting their focus from bonds to dividend-paying stocks and adapting as they go along.

The tremendous challenges American savers and income investors are facing—and the best investment strategies to ensure a comfortable retirement—will be discussed in America’s Broken Promise, a must-watch online event hosted by Casey Research.

Join FOX Business News host John Stossel, former US Comptroller General David M. Walker, and investment experts Jeff White, Dennis Miller, and David Galland in this crucial and timely discussion. Registration is free—click here to save your seat.

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