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This Alton Illinois Widow and Grandmother of Two is Cashing Ever-Growing Checks, Enjoying a Secure Retirement and Living the Good Life . . .
Just as She has Thru Every Bear Market, Stock Crash and Financial Fad Since 1955 -- Humiliating the Wall Street Pros . . . Even Though She Couldnt Analyze a Company Balance Sheet If Her Life Depended on It!
Finally . . . You Too Can Discover Her Old-Fashioned -- Yet Now Revolutionary (and Updated for the 21st Century) -- "Gold Egg" Income Investing Secrets for Lazy Investors
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Investing means finding stocks that go up and then selling them.
Your broker thinks so.
So does your financial advisor.
Your neighbor says so.
You assumed so . . .
Many Investors are Now Wondering Whether the Big Paper Gains Theyve Seen Since 2013 Will Vanish Before They Can Enjoy Them
The media tells you the current bull market started in March 2009. March 2009 is the month the Dow hit its low point of 6,500, thats true.
They forget to mention the old high was just over 14,000 in October 2007 - just before the Great Recession financial crisis wiped out HALF the Dow.
The market has gone up from that old high only since about August 2013.
And theres no guarantee that the gains of the last 5 years - or more - wont disappear again.
Therefore, many retirees and near retirees are now free-falling. When the market prices of their stocks go down, seniors have to sell more shares to pay their bills.
Leaving them with fewer shares they can sell next time they have to raise cash for an emergency.
No wonder they feel sick to their stomachs when they receive their brokerage, IRA, 401(k) and mutual fund statements.
Its likely many people you know are now wondering whether theyll ever take that special cruise, give great presents to their grandchildren or receive the best medical care if they suffer a prolonged illness.
The Dow first broke 11,000 in 1999, so for the next 11 years, investments for capital gains went nowhere . . . SLOWLY
Chances are, nobody told them this could happen. They simply followed the mainstream advice to load their 401(k) plans, IRAs and mutual funds up with "growth stocks" to sell many years later at a huge profit.
Despite following the conventional financial wisdom, many senior citizens are now asking what happened to that worry-free fun and relaxation they promised themselves after a long career of hard work.
Many people in their fifties and early sixties are wondering when -- or even if -- theyll be able to retire.
Many today wonder whether theyll be able to leave an estate to their families or a legacy to their favorite charity.
The more you learn about the stock market, the more you understand basing your retirement on continuous stock market price rises is like building a house on the edge of a steep dirt cliff. Sooner or later, a hard rain will fall.
The Shocking Truth About "Investing" for Capital Gains That Wall Street Doesnt Want You to Understand
Serious investors who would never day trade, buy and sell penny stocks, splurge on Internet chat room stock tips or throw money away on Bitcoin . . .
. . . failed to understand that buying stocks and bonds in hopes of later selling at a higher price is an intrinsically risky form of gambling no matter how long in the future that "later" is. A 10-year "retirement trade" is not more virtuous or safer than a 10-minute day trade -- it just takes a lot longer.
Clearly, youd have more fun if you took your retirement fund to Vegas.
"On the Right Track"
"Rick Stooker is on the right track. We also intend to pursue a more income-oriented strategy in the years to come. Capital gains are subject to both the risk of a decline
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