Learn the key to turning your retirement funds into Real Diversity.
How would you know if your retirement account is truly diversified? Answer this simple question and we will explore the answer together:
In 2008-2009 when the market crashed, did your retirement account lose significant amounts of money?
If the answer is YES, then that’s a clear indication you are NOT truly diversified.
Like we pointed out, Wall Street’s idea of diversity will not protect us in a Stock Market crash. In fact, diversifying in a wide variety of Stocks, Bonds and Mutual Funds is MOST beneficial to Wall Street, not always to you. You need to invest in “non-correlated” assets. What are “non-correlated” assets? Any asset whose performance is not directly tied to the stock market.
You don’t want to put all your eggs into one basket. We recommend having your investments in a number of vehicles. Not just Real Estate from the stand point of owning a home. You want to have Real Estate that is providing you with passive income monthly.
You absolutely need to invest in “hard assets” such as:
- Precious metals
- Private Money Lending
- Income Producing Real Estate
- Oil & Gas
- Tax Liens and Tax Deeds
- YES you can explore Stocks, Bonds and Mutual Funds.
Why not even consider investing in a business?
By placing your retirement funds in many different places, you will see greater safety when it comes to protecting your profits.