The Best Way to Survive 2019’s “Retirement Crisis”

April has been hailed as “financial literacy month” by the U.S. Senate. This idea was created with the goal to teach Americans how to establish and maintain healthy financial habits.

And according to a recent survey, one in five American adults have nothing saved for retirement or emergencies. And of those who have made this step, a shocking 20% have put away only 5% or less of their annual income to prepare for the future.

So, this month is more than needed…

But you don’t have to fall victim to the current retirement crisis – you can take charge of charge of your financial future…

And it’s as easy as this…

This Simple Stock Market Tactic Can Build Your Nest Egg

Every day, nearly 10,000 baby boomers turn 65, entering the traditional retirement age. But according to a recent tally by the Wall Street Journal, that traditional step may never happen for this age group seeing that they are in worst shape than the previous generation.

While unemployment has hit a 50-year low and wages continue to climb, there’s one demographic in particular that hasn’t reaped any of the benefits: baby boomers…

And there’s a few reasons why…

  1. Currently Americans have more expenses than they know how to handle.

Whether it be a mortgage payment credit card debt, or student loans, Americans find themselves dumping their hard-earned money into monthly bills and unnecessary expenses leaving nothing to put aside for the future.

In some cases, people are even forking over thousands of their own money… waiting months for it to pay off… and taking huge risks for silly “investments” (when they could be doing this instead)…

  1. Some just haven’t gotten around to it.

Retirement can tend to take a back seat to the expenses of the present. 16% of American citizens reported that retirement was simply an afterthought.

  1. Many blame the low quality of their job.

And the last reason listed isn’t overly surprising seeing not every employer provides access to a retirement plan such as a 401(K). And of those whose job offer these type of plans, only 40% actually participate.

But out of all these reports from the survey – the most shocking number is the median balance for all Americans.

It’s not $100,000 or $10,000 or even $1,000…

The median balance is $0.00.

Yes, you read that right – meaning that half of all Americans have less than $0.00 to their name.

So, the title of “retirement crisis” is one that is well deserved.

But you don’t have to follow the masses and spend the rest of your life working yourself to the bone.

There’s a simple and easy way to grow your nest egg…

And today I’m going to share it with you.

Because I’m fully confident that it can land you the retirement of your dreams.

I call it my “flipping stocks” formula

This beats anything I’ve ever seen for life-changing potential to make money.

Because when you’re flipping stocks, you can buy quick, sell fast, and double your money in a matter of days.

Today, I’m going to show you exactly how to get started right away using a real-world scenario.

But first, let me tell you what it means to “flip stocks” …

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Tom Gentile
America’s #1 Pattern Trader

6 Responses to “The Best Way to Survive 2019’s “Retirement Crisis””

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