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Solari Update: How the Youngest Generations Will Contribute

Solari Update: How the Youngest Generations Will Contribute - Feb. 21

"This generation of Americans has a rendezvous with destiny."
--Franklin D. Roosevelt

By Catherine Austin Fitts

This Thursday I will be speaking with Neil Howe, America's leading authority on generations and social change.

A historian, economist, and demographer, Howe has co-authored a series of best selling books with William Strauss, including Generations, The Fourth Turning and Millennials Rising, that have captured the imagination of business and policy leaders world wide. He has co-authored numerous studies on demographic issues critical to long term investment trends, including The Graying of the Middle Kingdom: The Economics and Demographics of Retirement Policy in China and The Graying of the Great Powers.

We will discuss today's younger generations - who they are, what motivates them, and how they will shape our future.

In Let's Go to the Movies, we have chosen the 2009 PBS special Millennials: A Profile of the Next Great Generation.

Here is Neil Howe's "Flash of Genius" presentation.

Please post your questions for Ask Catherine on the blog. Talk to you Thursday!

From The Blog

Moscow Bourse IPOs at $500MM
The Moscow Exchange's $498 million debut on Russian markets will probably fail in enticing companies to list exclusively on the bourse.

Chinese Official Offered Huge Reward... If He Can Swim in Polluted River
A Zhejiang entrepreneur is offering a 200,000 yuan reward to a senior official if he swims in a polluted river for 20 minutes.

Don't Blink, or You'll Miss Another Bailout
MANY people became rightfully upset about bailouts given to big banks during the mortgage crisis. But it turns out that they are still going on.

Pope Will Have Security, Immunity by Remaining in the Vatican
Pope Benedict's decision to live in the Vatican after he resigns will provide him with security and privacy.

Dr. Benjamin Carson's Amazing Speech at the National Prayer Breakfast with Obama Present

Just A Taste - 02/07/13
View a video excerpt from Catherine Austin Fitts' recent Money & Markets segment on The Solari Report:

"Our theme tonight is 'The Vatican Falls Over the Fiscal Cliff, Who's Next?' This is the top story in Money and Markets, 'The Pope's Resignation' and it's a sign of a very serious melt down in the Vatican."

Watch the video...

February SolariToon!
The latest SolariToon is here! Artist Bob Parsons brings us another interesting look at the Fiscal Cliff through recent developments at the Vatican.
See the full image here

Coming Clean Beyond the Fiscal Cliff
As we look over the fiscal cliff into our financial abyss, now is a good time to "Come Clean" about the real state of our lives, our communities, and our economy, starting with the U.S. federal finances that flow deeply and intimately throughout every aspect of our lives.

This Solari Special Report includes (22) challenges we must address to put our federal fiscal house in order.

Read the complete article here.

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