A major financial firm has recommended investing your money in stocks and bonds, despite the fact that most of the financial industry is in trouble.
In a new study, Morgan Stanley estimates that about 60% of Americans could be out of work by 2030.
This could happen in several ways.
It could be due to the collapse of the U.S. economy.
It could be because the economy is at a record low.
Or it could be that a crisis in the U to the U.-China trade deal has triggered a financial crisis that could cripple your retirement portfolio and even trigger an economic downturn.
In the latest study, titled “Is There A Risk Of A Financial Crisis?
The Impact Of The U. S. Election On Economic Conditions And Asset Allocation,” Morgan Stanley’s David J. Cohen and Morgan Stanley Research’s John W. Kilduff analyzed the financial markets from mid-2017 to mid-2018.
They used the Morgan Stanley Risk Scorecard and its monthly average to create a composite risk score, which ranges from “moderate” to “severe.”
Morgan Stanley’s report says that the risk of a financial disaster could hit $600 trillion over the next 30 years, a figure that includes the effects of the economy’s collapse.
This means that if the economy collapses, the number could reach $3 trillion, according to Morgan Stanley.
It also suggests that an economic crisis could wipe out your retirement account if the U-China trade agreement goes through.
is the world’s second-largest economy and the largest trading partner for many major corporations.
If the U S. loses access to China’s financial system, the financial system will collapse.
Morgan Stanley predicts that a U. s-China deal will increase global trade and investment, and it could trigger a financial collapse.
For instance, it estimates that the U s-Australia trade deal could reduce global trade by about 2% to 2.5%.
However, Morgan Schneiderman’s Kevin B. Trenberth says the economic situation could also exacerbate the crisis.
If you’re a large company that’s in trouble, you might want to look at investing in a U-s-China trading deal to help pay for it.
If this trade deal goes through, it could have ripple effects across the global economy, he said.