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What Are You Waiting For? Educate Yourself and Prepare for Risk

Written by Monica Savaglia
Posted October 22, 2019

Do you like learning new things? How about a brand-new way for you to make money?

On Thursday, October 24, we’ll be holding a summit that will reveal exactly how you can take advantage of this secret strategy.

It's the secret side of the market. It's such a secret that 91% of investors never witness it. The curtain will be lifted this Thursday. It’s not hyperbole when I say your life is about to change forever

A recent study on this market by Cambridge Associates indicates that this part of the market has produced average returns that are six times higher than the public stock market average for the past 20 years. It’s why some of America’s wealthiest choose to invest in this part of the market. 

The harsh reality is that if you’re working right now and saving for your retirement, you’re probably not saving enough to live comfortably. Americans are living longer, and that means the amount they are saving for their retirement isn't enough. Social Security benefits alone won’t come close to the amount you'll need to live comfortably. 

This is just one reason you should be looking at new ways to make money. When you finally make it to your retirement, you don’t want to just live comfortably; you want to be able to do the things you put on hold because you were working all the time. For some, retirement is the part of your life where you get to do exactly what you want to do and have the time to do it.

You’re reading this article and hopefully subscribed to Wealth Daily, so you’ve already shown an interest in investing. You might even have a few investments already.

You've already made the smartest decision by deciding to educate yourself on making wise investment choices. There are only so many hours in the day that you can work and only so much money you can make at your job, so investing just makes sense.

Your future retirement shouldn't be the only reason to educate yourself on new ways to make money.

You’ve probably encountered a few news headlines recently that have talked about how the U.S. economy is showing signs that it might be on its way to a recession. Sooner or later that day will come — a solid U.S. economy doesn’t last forever. That’s why you should always be realistic about the potential for uncertainties. 

According to Bankrate’s Third-Quarter Economic Indicator survey, there’s a 41% chance that the U.S. economy will enter into a recession between now and the 2020 elections.

Not to mention a recent poll from Bankrate indicated that two in five Americans (or 40%) aren’t ready for an economic downturn if it were to happen within the next six to 12 months.

Megan Gorman, a founding partner of Chequers Financial Management in San Francisco, had this to say:

This is where a lot of Americans need to learn to flex their financial muscles. Most Americans are reactive to their money, and they are not proactive. You should always be preparing for downside risk.

Preparing for the worse has no disadvantages. That’s why it’s important to educate yourself on new ways to invest and to use that knowledge as an advantage. Not many people are proactive, but you can be. Staying complacent and dealing with the problems as they are happening will only bring you stress and even bigger uncertainties.  

Barbara O’Neill, CFP, a professor affiliated with Rutgers University’s Cooperative Extension, said this:

If you’re comfortable financially, you have the ability to look ahead. You’re more goal-orientated because your day-to-day spending is under control. You can pay your bills, and you’re not in a lot of debt, but when you have very volatile income — particularly when it’s a low and moderate-income — you’re focused on the day-to-day and maybe on the crisis of the day, too. 

If you feel financially secure and stable, you will be able to live your life without the stress of wondering when things will look up and if you’ll survive. Exploring new options to help get you to feeling financially secure before it’s too late is going to make a world of difference when the inevitable happens.

That’s why this Thursday, October 24, at 1 p.m. (ET)/10 a.m. (PT), you’ll have the opportunity to learn about a brand-new way of making money — something you’re probably not familiar with. And even if you might be familiar with the technique, you’ll learn more about it to make you a stronger and more educated investor.

The event is called the Private Profits Summit. Twenty-year trading veteran Alex Koyfman will be offering up his insight and knowledge into America’s private stock market. This market is something he’s very familiar with. Trust me — you'll learn a lot from him.

The investments Alex will be discussing during the summit do take more work than buying a regular stock online, but the benefits could easily outweigh the work.

Of course, this investing strategy isn’t meant for everyone, but you won’t know until you participate in the Private Profits Summit on Thursday. In the end, if it isn’t for you, you’ll still walk away with more knowledge about the investing strategy than when you started!

Until next time,

Monica Savaglia Signature Park Avenue Digest

Monica Savaglia

Monica Savaglia is Wealth Daily’s IPO specialist. With passion and knowledge, she wants to open up the world of IPOs and their long-term potential to everyday investors. She does this through her newsletter IPO Authority, a one-stop resource for everything IPO. She also contributes regularly to the Wealth Daily e-letter. To learn more about Monica, click here.

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