Il vostro portafoglio ne tiene conto? E come? (parte 3)

Anche se Trump taglierà le tasse, anche se Brexit sarà un autentico disastro, ed anche se Macron salverà l'Euro, anche così ... sarebbero comunque altre le variabili ch determineranno se il vostro portafoglio vi farà guardagnare, oppure perdere, soldi, anche a breve termine.

Ecco qui sotto un estratto di un articolo di Bloomberg di pochi giorni fa. Sono queste, le cose da tenere sotto osservazione ogni giorno. Da qui, partiranno i prossimi movimenti dei mercati finanziari.

We’re really at an inflection point,” Michael Drexler, head of financial and infrastructure systems at the World Economic Forum, said in a phone interview. “Pension underfunding is the climate-change moment of social systems in the sense that there is still time to do something about it. But if you don’t, in 20 or 30 years down the line, society will say it’s a huge problem.”

A shortfall of about $400 trillion could be reached by 2050, the World Economic Forum said. The figure is derived from the amount of money government, employers and individuals would need to provide each person with a retirement income equal to 70 percent of his or her annual earnings before leaving the workforce.

The gap is partially driven by an aging world population. Life expectancy has risen on average by about a year every five years since the middle of the last century, and half of babies born in the U.S. and Canada in 2007 may live to 104, according to the report. In Japan, the figure is 107 years.

The World Economic Forum said its calculations are based on publicly available data on government programs such as Social Security in the U.S.; employer-based contributions and individual savings. It assumed that workers would retire between the ages of 60 and 70.