Whether you’re in the process of saving for retirement or already in your golden years, the number one fear is running out of money…
Now, this fear is understandable seeing that Wall Street preaches that to build retirement, you have depend on social security or other financial instruments that they can control…
The truth is though…those same old one-percenters on Wall Street hoarding profits are the one stroking this fear…
But it doesn’t have to be something to fear…
Here’s how you can “grab the wheel” of your financial life
A few weeks back, I read an article that boasted the scary headline, “Do you have enough retirement income to last 23 years?”
In essence, it stated that the average retiree in the U.S. will live 23 years. And this number, of course, raised concerns about having enough retirement to last.
It stated that “older households” spend $46,000 per year versus the pre-retirement average of $57,000.
It also noted that 50% of retiree income comes from social security and pensions. While personal savings, investments, and rental income provide a measly 6.9% income.
So when you crunch the numbers, it makes sense that most Americans won’t have enough to support themselves in retirement.
The following “solutions” were proposed:
1. Work longer which will help you contribute to social security longer.
2. Leverage your home with a reverse mortgage.
3. Buy an annuity to generate guaranteed income for life.
4. Live on less money.
5. Seek help!
Talk about giving away your power and hopping into the passenger seat of life.
Now, these stats were produced using government and polling data and are probably accurate.
However, the solutions proposed are pedestrian, “normal,” and what our society believes is the thing to do in retirement. Most believe that retirement means quitting work and working the system to provide as much income as possible before they die. And this tragically leaves many fearful in their golden years.
But the problem with this view is that it puts the power in the hands of institutions (i.e. BANKS) – now, that’s the last thing we want.
Now, you can trust the banks – or you can take control of your future. You can do this by putting both hands on the wheel of your financial life and put the pedal to the metal.
Robert T. Kiyosaki, author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad, is an advocate of this approach to life and finances. He advocates not succumbing to the “normal way” of doing things dictated by institutional society, but taking control of life and finances – being the cause of life instead of being at cause and following the program.
I’m with Robert!
One of his many quotes that I love is:
“The single most powerful asset we all have is our mind. If it is trained well, it can create enormous wealth in what seems to be an instant.”
-Robert T. Kiyosaki
Now, you may be feeling some fear about not having enough money to comfortably retire with – but it doesn’t have to be like that.
Take control of your financial future. Take the steering wheel of your life and put the pedal down!
And this can all be down with trading and investing…
I’ve built an abundant life of trading stocks, stock options, foreign exchange, and commodities, amongst other things. I use trading systems that have been proven historically and generate consistent income that will continue my entire life. I don’t live in fear of “not having enough” in my golden years.
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