How to Retire RICH and with Peace of Mind
So to extend my thanks to you for reading Money & Crisis each day, I have a gift to share.
It’s a claim, more like a crazy statement you can drop on unsuspecting nephews or brother-in-laws tomorrow to combat the effects of too much tryptophan…
This is your LAST chance to use the stock market to achieve your dreams.
Allow me to explain.
First, take a look at this chart. It shows the last 100 years of the S&P 500 stock market index.
As you can see, there have been THREE bull markets in the last 100 years (identified with green arrows):
- From 1945-1967
- Another from 1983-2000
- The one that began in 2014.
Yes, we only JUST entered a new bull market in 2014. Prior to that, stocks had gone NOWHERE for 15 years.
Which brings me to my next point.
EVERY bull market has ended with a bear market/consolidation period during which stocks went nowhere for DECADES (minimum 15 years).
So again, I am telling you…
The current bull market is your LAST chance to use the stock market to achieve your dreams. When it ends, as all bull markets do, we will enter a bear market that will last at least 15 if not 20 years.
Meaning if this bull market ends next year… stocks won’t enter a new bull market until 2035 if not 2040.
If you are not taking advantage of this bull market now, you WILL most definitely regret it.
I’ll continue to explore this idea in upcoming issues of Money & Crisis, but to learn where the best returns will be, continue reading.
2020 is an election year. Perhaps you heard…
No sitting president has lost a re-election bid unless the economy or the stock market were in trouble.
Ford, Carter, and Hoover were all sitting presidents during incredible financial upheaval. None of them made a second term.
Trump knows this.
And he’s making choices right now that I believe will drive the market to NOSEBLEED levels in the next 12 months.
I know, trade wars with China wage on, impeachment hearings continue in the nation’s capital, and no fewer than 9,300 retail stores (Payless, Dressbarn, Family Dollar, and more) will close by the end of 2019, according to Business Insider.
But hear this: none of that matters.
I’ve been following this story all year. In fact, the roots of the story date back to October of 2018. The forces at play here trump all of that. And the result will be twofold:
- Trump will win the 2020 election in a landslide
- The people who understand how he wins will be in a position to change their financial outlook considerably.
I lay it all out here with all the proof you need to share the details with your family tomorrow.
Simply head to the Strategic Impact page for access.
Editor, Money & Crisis