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StL Pastor

You know, you can buy an immediate annuity with inflation protection (3% or 5% annual growth). A little more upfront, but same deal, risk free for the cost. It might make people more comfortable investing in stocks if they started with a good chunk guaranteed.

Chris Leow

Well, we in Malaysia seem to be doing well we have high growth and high inflation. An example of inflation would be the local desert "cendol" bought about a month ago at the price of $1.20 in local currency would now sell for $ 1.80 in local currency. Job growth is also strong as we have 2 jobs for every worker and Malaysia imports in foreign labour to do jobs that local workers do not want to do. Hence our problem in Malaysia is now high inflation and good news, high growth.. We do not understand why the Western Media keeps on saying we are in a Recession. Yes our economy slowed down in March 2009 but after that period our economy is now experiencing high growth and high inflation thanks to China's strong buying of Malaysian goods and services, thank you China ! So please do not say Malaysia is in a Recession when it is not, only the US is in a Recession, the rest of the World is booming thanks to China !

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