More Vets losing their Minds; compensation for mental disorders soars

More Vets losing their Minds; compensation for mental disorders soars

Editor: Vladimir Bajic | Tactical Investor

More Vets losing their Minds

Let’s get things warmed up by looking at the article of the month, before getting into the “more vets losing their minds” article.

Investors are panicking again; they withdrew a whopping $20.7 billion from hedge funds in the month of June. This is one of the largest outflows from the Market since 2009, and it could also reflect a new trend where investors are sick of paying Jackasses, oops we mean experts to do nothing but sit on their fat asses, lose money and then have to pay these leeches a huge fee.  The current data seems to support this assertion

Net flows to hedge funds for the 2nd quarter were almost negative $11 billion and for the first half of 2016, net flows were negative $30 billion. Clearly, a trend is in place; not only are experts losing money in the markets, but the crowd is also negative on this market as they simply don’t understand the main driving force behind this market.  They do not see against such a terrible backdrop of events how this market continues to trend higher. Investor Anxiety; Rocket Fuel for Unloved Stock Market Bull

Why are More Vets losing their Minds

Veterans come in all shapes, sizes and from different background, but they share one common theme;  post-traumatic stress disorder. Last year 422 billion was spent on Vet Disability payments to veterans that had served in Vietnam, the Persian Gulf and other wars.

Compensating veterans with psychological scars have helped fuel a 76 per cent surge in service-related disability costs since 2003, stressing an already stressed out system. 

Studies suggest costs will continue to soar. The percentage of military evacuations from Iraq and Afghanistan that were attributed to mental disorders has increased sharply in the last four years, a recent Defense Department study shows. Another survey of about 100,000 Afghanistan and Iraq veterans found that 31 per cent had been diagnosed with mental health or psychosocial problemsChicago Tribune

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