It also reminds me of another "tongue-in-cheek" saying about the stock market:
"The stock market giveth, and the stock market taketh away."
So... here' s a question for you to ponder...
“What would your retirement be like if your money could grow when the stock market 'giveth,' but your account would never lose money when the stock market 'taketh away'?"
We all remember what happened 10 years ago, but here's something to consider - this time it IS different.
It's different because everyone's a decade older - many Baby Boomers have retired, and their risk tolerance has gone to zero, i.e. they just want to "keep the money they have."
The thought of losing money again, like they did 10 years ago, is not exactly what they're wanting, now that they're retired.
And, because many Baby Boomers don't have pensions from their former employers, they're also worried about outliving their money.
There is a specific financial instrument that solves, once and for all, the problems Baby Boomers are facing of a) losing money, and b) outliving their money - it's called a Fixed Index Annuity.
Here's a short "Annuity Primer" video to give you a "40,000 ft" overview of annuities - it specifically addresses the two problems mentioned above:
Watch the video and either call me or reply to this email with your questions...
There's no cost or charge... I'll look forward to answering your questions...
Merry Christmas to you and your family,