Why Pension Funds May Be The Next To Collapse 2008 brought us the collapse of the housing market, the implosion of the stock market and the near collapse of the auto industry. We examine why some think pension funds will be the next domino to fall.
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Why Pension Funds May Be The Next To Collapse

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Why Pension Funds May Be The Next To Collapse

Why Pension Funds May Be The Next To Collapse

Why Pension Funds May Be The Next To Collapse

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2008 brought us the collapse of the housing market, the implosion of the stock market and the near collapse of the auto industry. Could 2009 bring us more of the same? Alex Cohen talks to reporter Jon Entine about why he thinks pension funds are the next domino to fall.

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