Chatter Around the World – 101

Chatter Around the World is a curated weekly update of articles related to economics, investing, dividends and personal finance. In these weekly updates, I also capture my blog updates and news related to my portfolio holdings.

Global Disability – Most common cause of disability in 2013

Let’s dive into the links that caught my attention this week.

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Have a wonderful weekend!

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10 thoughts on “Chatter Around the World – 101

  1. Outstanding graphic yet again Sabeel. I was honestly expecting to see far more nutritional related issues in the developing world. I’m not surprised that depression would be a major cause of disability in the developed world. Far too many people are not leading fulfilling or satisfying lives.

    Hope you guys have a great weekend!
    -Bryan

    • I was surprised about the depression in emerging markets too. I figured it would be something like diabetes or heart conditions or lack of nutrition. An interesting graphic for sure.

      Hope your weekend is off to a great start as well
      R2R

  2. Always look forward to your Chatter R2R. In fact, I always use your post as a second check to make sure I didn’t miss any Recent Buys or Stock Analyses from around the DGI community. Thanks for sharing the weekend reading list and thanks for sharing the link to our two collections!

    Enjoy the rest of your weekend. AFFJ

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