Safe Investing for Baby Boomers

Financially speaking, this is a scary time for baby boomers (people born between 1946 and 1965). These investors are near retirement or close enough to it that planning their financial futures is critical right now. The problem, however, is that many of these investors lost significant savings over the last decade as the stock market repeatedly crashed. They’re scared, and they don’t know where to put their money where it will be protected against market volatility. Does this sound like you?

If so, I want you to know that, despite what your investments have done in the past or what you hear on the news, it is still possible to reduce your risk and save enough money to ensure a nice, predictable retirement. By taking the money you’ve saved so far and investing it in conservative strategies and products, you can create a comfortable retirement income for you and your family.

With the right financial planning and strategies, you can participate in the ups of the market without putting your money at risk. At the same time, your investments will grow with compounding interest and earnings that are currently in the 8% range. Doesn’t that sound better than the “ifs” and “maybes” offered by the stock market? Don’t you deserve a financial plan that will guarantee a comfortable retirement?

If you want to create wealth while reducing risk, listen to Life Design Financial Radio each Saturday at 1 p.m. PST on KBRT 740 AM or call me for a no obligation, complimentary consultation. I can review your current portfolio and make recommendations based on your financial time line and goals – whether you choose to work with me or not. I want to help you retire comfortably and without risk. Call me today. I will show you how.


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