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The last eight weeks have been nothing short of exhilarating, with the Dow closing a mere 25 points away from 20,000 last week after 17 record closes and an 8% run that’s added an estimated $1.8 trillion to investors’ wallets.
“We’re running out of things that can trip us up,” noted Wunderlich Securities Chief Investment Strategist, Art Hogan in remarks made to CNBC.
It’s critical that you get this “right” because the risks of being wrong couldn’t be more costly.
You could more than triple your money with what I’m about to tell you.
Paul S. feels like a genius.
“I am absolutely bragging,” he told my research team shortly before a presentation I gave not too long ago in California. “I feel like I have to, because what’s happened to my retirement prospects is both wonderful and amazing at the same time.”
Paul should feel terrific. He’s managed to nurse a retirement nest egg that’s now pushed past half a million dollars, and multiplied itself three times over in the process…
…in only 11 years, at a time when the S&P 500 returned only 8%
…despite the fact that he’s not a stock-picking savant
…using just the plain-Jane mutual funds in his company retirement plan
As soon as he explained his journey, I just knew I had to share it with you.
Here’s how to multiply your money for retirement – in a few short years if you have to.