The Truth About a 2013 Economic Collapse
Sep 6th 2013 6:14PM
Updated Sep 6th 2013 6:16PM
In this segment of The Motley Fool's finance-focused show, Where the Money Is, Alison Southwick and banking analyst Matt Koppenheffer reach into the mailbag to answer the following reader question:
"What do you say to the Doom and Gloomers who predict total economic collapse in 2013?"
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