Ever heard of longevity risk? Recent research shows that around 80% of current workers of all ages will not have enough of a nest egg to provide for a comfortable and independent retirement.
The primary reason people risk running out of retirement money is that they’re making the wrong investment choices for their nest egg while they are working. This invaluable guide offers far better choices to help you secure a comfortable and independent retirement.
In Blueprint to Wealth: Financial Freedom in 15 Minutes a Week, you will discover:
• A simple investing strategy for 20 to 50 year olds that will help you beat nearly all active mutual funds over the long term — and it takes just 15 minutes every 3 months.
• Other simple investing strategies for any age group, including retirees, that take no more than15 minutes a week.
• How to protect your nest egg from the next severe bear market.
• Why diversification is a poor risk management strategy for multi-decade investing.
• Being fee-fleeced over many years can cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars that you will never get back.
• Myths about the stock market that are spread by the financial industry to convince you not to try to grow your own nest egg (and why you should ignore them.)
Gary Stone possesses multiple capacities which make him uniquely qualified for developing and improving investing systems. In all the foregoing interactions with him, Gary has exhibited a high level of technical expertise. Gary’s enterprise embodies the full meaning of the words, “Share the Wealth.”
– Hank Pruden Ph.D, Professor of Business Golden Gate University, San Francisco and author of “The Three Skills of Top Trading”.
I’ve known Gary Stone since the mid-1990s. Quite simply he is an investing systems design expert and I have every respect for the way he approaches the markets. Watching him help his clients become top investors has been one of the highlights of my investing career.
– Louise Bedford, author of ‘Trading Secrets’, ‘Charting Secrets’, ‘The Secret of Candlestick Charting’.