The golden ratio

September 2009
Money Marketing;9/17/2009, p35
In this article, the author discusses the decreased savings ratio of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for the year 2009 in Great Britain due to the reduction of the financial advisers. According to the author, the GDP in 1990 was 10 percent because there were 300,000 financial advisers in 1989. However, there are only 40,000 remaining financial advisers and the GDP is 3 percent for the year 2009.


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