Are you tired, frustrated and FED UP with Wall Street’s Advice? Advice that has made them tons of money while you struggle to get by?
When the markets are as volatile as they have been lately; when there is so much uncertainty both here at home and abroad; when one piece of news anywhere in the world can cause the markets to soar or crash; when so many are struggling to survive financially and you know your nest egg is all you have—it’s in times like these that you absolutely must have control over your portfolio.
It’s essential that you understand how it is being managed, how it’s invested and how it’s monitored. You must be certain there are processes in place to protect it from serious harm. Without those things, you are not going to feel in control. And if you are not in control, you won't be able to focus on the things in life that are much more important than money.
If you are like many retirees, deep-down you are afraid because you realize that your lifestyle depends on your nest egg – and that egg hasn’t grown much the last several years. You realize that running out of money has become a very real possibility—something that in all your working years, you hadn’t faced before. What makes things worse is that you recognize that we are facing serious problems politically, economically and globally; problems that don’t have any quick fixes; problems that will take us years to work our way through. Problems that could drastically effect your standard of living and your legacy.
Today’s retirees are scared because they don’t know what to do or how to handle their investments. They feel like they’ve tried all the supposed ‘solutions’ or looked at all the different alternatives out there and realize that those ‘solutions’ really aren’t that different from what they’ve done in the past—and what they’ve done in the past didn’t work.
At Common Sense Advisors, we understand your frustration.
But it doesn’t have to stay that way. There IS a way that you can end your frustration and regain control of your finances. It is possible to watch the news and not be afraid the next crisis will devastate your investment portfolio—and your lifestyle. You can get back to that place where you can sleep at night—regardless of market conditions—and once again focus on the things in life that are far more important than money.