You’re on a railroad track hurtling closer and closer to a cliff.
You see the rock crumbling away… you feel the ground shaking underneath… You can even see the track falling apart and hanging over the edge like it’s an old Wile E. Coyote cartoon…
You’re going to fall off…
But in the car with you, there’s a button that will allow you to switch tracks right before the cliff.
You don’t know where the new track leads, but you know that it leads away from immediate destruction.
Do you press the button?
That’s the very situation over 75 million Americans are facing right now.
They are stuck in a train car with nowhere to go, hurtling towards a cliff called “retirement.”
The government was supposed to build a bridge, called “Social Security”. They were also supposed to sustain it for generations too. But that bridge is in disrepair and crumbling away.
And there’s a good chance that before most Americans reach the cliff, the bridge will be completely gone.
Most Americans still don’t press the button.
They have two choices: sit in the train car and hope that Social Security is still there by the time they reach the cliff, even in the face of overwhelming evidence that it will NOT be…
Or choose something else, anything else as a path towards retirement.
They have the option to switch at any time. But they don’t.
Millions upon millions upon millions of Americans are choosing not to press the button in the hopes that the government will provide.
They do that even despite the fact that over the course of their lifetimes, faith in the American government has plummeted towards zero.
Here’s the problem: for millions of those Americans, I do not believe Social Security is going to be there…
My name is Mike Burnick.
I am a financial analyst who has been studying the markets for 30-plus years, and I know what I’m talking about. In fact, traders call me the Wall Street Oracle because of my history of predicting the markets accurately, even making my clients billions during the 2008 crash.
But I’m not here to brag about me. I’m here because I’m concerned about you.
I’m concerned about the countless Americans and citizens from around the world who have done nothing to prepare for retirement because they believed there was a social safety net waiting for them when they reached the cliff.
I’m just as concerned for those who have saved a modest amount for their golden years but are relying on Washington to make ends meet.
Most of all, I’m worried about the innumerable folks out there who have paid into Social Security paycheck after paycheck after paycheck and won’t have anything to show for it when it comes their time to collect.
Because we all share the same dream
Look, I love what I do. And I don’t know that I will ever want to totally quit working. But I’m looking forward to spending time with my family and friends, doing whatever I want as soon as I’m ready to make that change.
Fortunately, I’ve been successful enough throughout my career, working a dream job and controlling my own paycheck, that I’ll be able to do that with our without help from Capitol Hill.
But my heart is moved for those who have not had that luxury, and who have worked hard and put their hard-earned money towards a system that is going to screw them over in a few years.
Growing up, my dad was a firefighter in the Pittsfield, Mass. Fire Department and my mom was a part-time teacher’s aid. They both had fantastic pensions, so generous they could move to Florida and retire the way they wanted to.
But that path isn’t open to most Americans anymore. And it breaks my heart.
So I’ve decided to do something about it.
I want to help Americans take back their retirement and take control of their future away from the government.
Most Americans have been conned by a Great Retirement Hoax, paying into a system that’s worked great for the Greatest Generation and the Baby Boomers, but isn’t going to be there when their time comes.
But there are a series of small changes, really simple and affordable investments Americans can make to change their future and rewrite their own story.
For months, I’ve been researching the best ways for concerned investors to grow their retirement accounts simply, without costly expenditures or risky trades.
And I’d like to share my simple solutions with you in this presentation.
I care about you, and I want you to thrive and enjoy the retirement you deserve.
I believe this approach is the best way for Americans and anyone else to target consistent growth and build the retirement account for themselves that Washington will not.
I hope you’ll take the time to watch it now because that cliff is a lot closer than you might think.