Providing for your family's future

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As an avid listener to the Thom Hartman show, Thom has made numerous mentions that he believes there is going to be a double dip in the economy/markets. The topic yesterday discussed the concentration of the stock market in the upper 10%. My question is this:

How does one plan for/invest for the future of their family in these economic times. Education for children? Retirement? Travel?

Suggestions? Concerns? Comments?

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