Take a swing at a passive $128,000 a year

Life comes with punches… especially in the world of finances.

How many times have you been financially knocked down?

Are you prepared to take another big hit?

What I’m about to show you helps you dodge those hits AND shows you how to take a swing at a passive $128,000 a year!

Are you ready?

By now I’m sure you’ve realized that the world of finances and economics isn’t really there to help you succeed.

In fact, it’s there to throw punches at you left and right.

I’m going to show you how to dodge these punches, while taking a few swings yourself to see what sort of return you can get.

When it comes to retirement, you’ll be so exhausted from fighting with the financial world that you’ll eventually have to hold your guard up and brace for impact.

These final punches are heavier and harder than the ones you were taking earlier in your career, so you should prepare yourself with some extra padding.

This padding comes in the form of knowledge and financial preparation, both of which I’ll be showing you how to set up.

The economy is volatile and erratic, and your money is along for the wild ride. Economists are finding it very hard to predict which way the markets will swing in the next 5-10 weeks, never mind the next 5-10 years.

Let’s say you’ve got $500,000 saved for retirement. You should be happy with that number, right? Wrong.

So, what should you really look out for?

The Big-Hitters

Market Corrections

The market is trying to correct itself every day. It’s what drives the movements in your portfolio.

Now, assuming your 401(k) manager knows what they’re doing, a 5% correction can be handled easily. A little bit of fund management and you shouldn’t really notice a thing.

It’s when the 10-15% corrections come around. If a correction this big comes around right before you’re looking to retire (which isn’t uncommon), you’re looking at a big hit to your portfolio and some serious delaying of your retirement.

It wasn’t until I came to this realization that I started to outline my automated $128,000 a year blueprint which you’ll be familiar with if you’ve taken my Retirement Underground course.


We live in an unstable economical system. Whether you trust the people running it or not, you can only rely on them so much.

If a big enough inflation event happens (similar to what we’re seeing right now), your $500,000 won’t be worth quite as much as you thought it was.

But it won’t matter if you enter retirement with $500,000 or $1,000,000, because your retirement fund is consistently being replenished with this ticket I’m giving you.

Poor Health

What happens if you or your spouse fall chronically ill? It does happen. This is something that’s too common for you to ignore.

Your $500,000 will be gone in no time if something this drastic falls your way.

Now that you’ve been slapped with the reality of what the future could hold, you’re probably asking how all this can be dealt with.

Dealing with the Heavyweights

If you take the traditional route to retirement, the largest decision you could make to beneficially impact your future is by applying a bigger percentage of your income to your retirement.

Even just a 4-5% boost could have a major impact on the amount that you’ll retire with.

Begin to invest things like bonuses into your retirement fund. It’s easy to take that holiday bonus and buy a new golf club, but that same bonus could buy you a whole set of clubs at retirement.

Two key factors of growing your retirement fund are: cutting out unnecessary purchases and investing that cash into something that will grow.

Rolling with The Punches

When the time for retirement rolls around, don’t just sit there and let it knock you down and drain all of your funds, take the hits with as much padding as possible.

You don’t have to consider your retirement as the end of your investing career. Let us provide you with the necessary tools to make your retirement fund grow whichever way the economy shifts.

There’s a straight line down the middle of retirement that divides it into two parts. There’s the ‘imminent loss’ side, and the ‘infinite profit’ side.

I know which side you would like to be on, but which side are you on now? Better yet, what are you going to do to make that switch and assure that you’ll stay on the side which provides profit? It’s all up to you.

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