How bout this? dont ever buy tvix with zero interest rates projected forever due to obummers outstanding handling of the economy and his "helping" of the middle class.. what a joke
From a march 8 2015 Forbes article
However, there’s another number entirely which is really at the heart of what policy makers are pondering over at the moment. And that’s not the number unemployed by the official definition, but those so discouraged at not being able to find work that they’re not even looking for work by that official definition. I discussed this in theoretical terms here, yesterday. Today we’ve got other people making much the same point in non-technical terms:
The number of Americans participating in the labor force has been on a decline for the past few years. Nearly 33 percent of the Americans above age 16 are not part of the workforce, the highest number since 1978. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) report issued recently has found 92,898,000 Americans above age 16 not a part of the labor force of the country as on February 2015.
When President Obama took over the office in January 2009, nearly 80,529,000 Americans were not a part of the labor force. The number has increase by nearly 12 million over the last few years.