Bulls, Bears and Pigs
How to Find Balance in your Financial LifeBook - 2005
In 1996, David Cork unleashed a book aimed at financial planning for the boomer generation. The tale of these fictional characters accurately predicted trends and realities to come, inspiring vast numbers of Canadians to read the book and apply to their own lives. Fast-forward to 2004. Boomers are at the halfway point in life, watching their children become adults, experiencing the passing of parents and dealing with unprecedented estate issues. They have worked for twenty years now with likely twenty more to go, and they will likely have as many retirement years as adolescent years. This is a time to take stock. * How will Canadians build and sustain wealth as retirement approaches? * What techniques have worked, what hasnt? * Is this all there is? Never before has a generation attained such wealth, and yet are no happier than any previous generation. * The impact of this large generation is felt by all, future social and financial issues of all Canadians are discussed The Pig and the Python opened our eyes and took the country by storm. As life has continued at breakneck pace, there is a new reality and with Bulls, Bears and Pigs, David Cork once again has the important answers to some very important questions.
Publisher: Toronto : Key Porter, c2005.
Characteristics: 222 p.