Making Smart Investments Now Crucial to Avoid Eating Dog Food in Retirement Years, Multi-Millionaire Investor
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If you don’t want to end up eating Dog Food in retirement then start investing your money smarter now. Multi-Millionaire Trader Vince Stanzione has a warning for the over 50’s

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Multi-Millionaire Trader and Investor Vince Stanzione is well known for his accurate and normally controversial calls, like the one he made back in September 2011 that the Dow Jones would hit a new all-time high when others saw only doom – today he has a new warning for investors especially those that are over 50 and that is “start investing wisely, realize you’re are likely to live longer than you think and adjust your investing accordingly otherwise you will end up living on cheap dog food in your retirement” http://www.thespreadtrader.com

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If you don’t want to end up eating Dog Food in retirement then start investing your money smarter now. Multi-Millionaire Trader Vince Stanzione has a warning for the over 50’s

  1. 1. Making Smart Investments Now Crucial to Avoid Eating Dog Food in Retirement Years, Multi-Millionaire Investor Vince Stanzione Warns Those Over 50 /PRNewswire/ — The bleak portrait of the retiree who has outlived his or her savings is one nobody should have to face, according to multi-millionaire trader Vince Stanzione. However, in the wake of the 2008 meltdown, many investors have evacuated the stock market, with no plans to return. That’s potentially a losing strategy, especially with interest rates on savings accounts and CDs at practically zero. Learn more about smart, successful investing at Stanzione’s website: www.fintrader.net. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130808/PH60729 ) Rather than rely upon traditional savings accounts, CDs or bonds to create a thoroughly “safe” investment portfolio, Stanzione encourages rotation back into stocks, especially for those looking toward retirement in 10 or 15 years. Only stocks can provide the rate of return necessary to avoid a retirement income crisis. “If you’re 50 or older, now is not the time to get conservative. Medical advances and healthy lifestyle choices are helping people to live longer, but many financial planners and investment firms are not factoring this reality into their models. Coasting into one’s golden years without enough money is a setup for disaster,” explained Stanzione. The “money master” Stanzione suggests the following strategies for maximizing one’s investment returns: Avoid needless fees and costs as much as possible. Discount brokers and low-cost Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) are a wise choice. On the other hand, steer clear of managers that claim to have a silver bullet for any market. Educate yourself. Spend an hour or two a week doing research on simple, effective strategies. There’s no reason to let managers earn so much commission on work that is, in all honesty, not that complicated. Maximize whatever tax benefits are available to you. Likewise, liquidate or move investment income in the most tax-efficient way possible. Again, a little education here goes a long way. The sky is not falling, and apocalyptic, fear-based investment strategies generally underperform. The strategies that have always worked will continue to work. If the world really does end, then money won’t matter anyway. The United States remains the most dynamic market in the world. Those who persevere in spite of occasional bumps and corrections will see their portfolio grow exponentially. Let go of the urge to check your stocks 10 times a day. Get rid of your stock apps. Investing is about the long view; it’s not supposed to be exciting. Snap decisions are usually bad ones, anyway. Adopt a disciplined trading strategy with clear parameters. Create a system or checklist to ensure that you’re sticking to the discipline and not just working from emotions. Living longer doesn’t have to mean running out of money or subsisting on as little as possible. Smart, disciplined investing, with an emphasis on the US stock market, can provide capital to fund an ideal and virtually unlimited retirement. About Vince Stanzione Vince Stanzione is a self-made multi-millionaire based in Monaco and Mallorca, Spain and trades his own funds mainly in currencies, stocks and commodities. He is the New York Times Bestselling author of The Millionaire Dropout, Fire Your Boss, Do What You Love & Reclaim Your Life published by Wiley and author of Making Money Money From Financial Spread Trading (UK/Europe) and Maximum Trading Profits in Minimum Time (USA). To learn more, go to http://www.fintrader.net. 1 / 2
  2. 2. For interviews, contact: Email. This release has been published at ReleaseWire.com, and is available to the Associated Press network of journalists. For copyright information, check with the distributor of this item, eReleases. Description /PRNewswire/ — The bleak portrait of the retiree who has outlived his or her savings is one nobody should have to face, according to multi-millionaire trader Vince Stanzione. However, in the wake of the 2008 meltdown, many investors have evacuated the stock market, with no plans to return. That’s potentially a losing strategy, especially with interest rates on savings accounts and CDs at practically zero. Learn more about smart, successful investing at Stanzione’s website: www.fintrader.net. (Photo:… Summary Date: 08/08/2013 Slug: Making Smart Investments Now Crucial to Avoid Eating Dog Food in Retirement Years, Multi-Millionaire Investor Vince Stanzione Warns Those Over 50 Headline: Making Smart Investments Now Crucial to Avoid Eating Dog Food in Retirement Years, Multi-Millionaire Investor Vince Stanzione Warns Those Over 50 Source: eReleases ,Baltimore ,MD Dateline: MILTON KEYNES, England Word Count: 564 Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org) 2 / 2

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