Updated Saturday, October 25, 2014 as of 10:57 PM ET

Are We Ever Satisfied?

A recent report from HSBC shows that people across the West -- including the U.S. -- are generally pessimistic about their retirement prospects while those in the East are relatively optimistic. And yet, by every objective measure, citizens in Western developed countries control significantly more assets per capita than their counterparts in Eastern emerging economies. This inconsistency begs the question: Are we ever satisfied?

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Posted by misiek m | Wednesday, April 03 2013 at 9:45AM ET
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