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    Premier Broadcast - What are we and how can we help?

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    Facing life at 50 with less than $100K in the bank is not an uncommon thing and the average is around $87,000.00.  We followed our heritage and invested in cds, stocks, 401Ks and IRS that are making less that they ever have.  
    I started to research what other options are out there.  The stumbliing block for most of us is that most financial institutions want a minumum of $10,000.00 or more to start building your portfolio.  For years I thouroughly believed this and let my money get exhauted and rott in 401Ks.  
    What I have found is that there are many ways to start with as little as $25 dollars and these avenues have varying risk but even least risky investment is making 13% and above.  In my case I took a bit riskier approach and have reaped 150% gains.  I know this sounds like many folks out there trying to steal your money but I am an average Joe and it does work.  
    Having the confidence to take that first step and dip the toe in the water paralized me for over 30 years.  Now that I jumped in I can really say "the water's better than fine".  Setting up multiple streams based on my palate for risk has allowed me to support my self without working for 9 months, produced enough revenue to invest in other avenues and even buy a small marketing franchise.
    Within the next three years I hope to totally become social security free.  And of course I want to share this with those that want a path or a roadmap.  It is not hard and I will help all I can as I now do not feel as chained to an existance of working for others.