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Life Lessons SHOCKERS on Financial Wealth with Gary Stone with Rick Tocquigny

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Founder of Share Wealth Systems, Gary Stone has been investing for 25 years.  He has extensively researched and analyzed stock market performance and helped thousands of ordinary people by providing them with simple strategies, embedded into innovative software that guides them with what to invest in and when.

POWERFUL TIME-TESTED INVESTING STRATEGIES TO GROW YOUR NEST EGG

Research shows that returns from even the most popular retirement plans will fail to deliver the cash most Americans need to live the lifestyle they deserve during their Golden Years.  As the population ages, the brutal reality is that governments everywhere simply won't be able to do so either.

  • How financial freedom is possible in just 15 minutes per week.

  • 3 simple stock market strategies you can use to ensure you don't retire poor.

  • The two real secrets to growing your retirement nest egg: how reducing fees and not diversifying (yes, you read that right!) can deliver exceptional returns.

  • Should you trust your direct contribution retirement plan to look after you at the end of your career?  Research shows you shouldn't.  Gary explains, why you should take charge of your own retirement plan.

 

Gary Stone has eloquently combined 25 years of investment and stock market expertise into a book that opens wide doors to dynamic wealth growth, for anyone who can spare just 15 minutes a week.  The timing of his book’s release is poignant. Research the world over is showing that popular actively managed mutual funds and retirement schemes simply aren’t delivering the cash required for our older years. For more and more people, money is running out in retirement but with this book, you won’t be one of them.  

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