URGENT: Retirement Crisis

By Matthew Milner, on Wednesday, December 9, 2020

In his article last week, Wayne addressed a frightening situation in America:

The retirement crisis.

As he explained, two threats are conspiring to destroy your retirement plans.

Threat No. 1 is a stock-market correction.

You see, we’re currently in the longest-running bull market in history. But at some point, especially after this year’s explosive rebound, the market will crash.

And when it does, your nest egg could be left in tatters.

Then there’s threat No. 2: the U.S. Social Security program is on a path to bankruptcy. In fact, studies show that it’s virtually impossible for it to maintain payouts in the future.

So if you were counting on Social Security to keep you afloat once you retire, think again.

But here’s the thing: one simple fix could rescue your retirement.

And you’re about to learn what it is.

A Simple Solution for a Better Retirement

At the end of his article last week, Wayne asked you a question. He asked whether you have enough saved for retirement.

As you might guess, only a few readers said they have enough. Most said they weren’t even close. In fact, many responses could be summarized like this:

“I’m in a bad spot. Please help me build a nest egg, fast.”

So today, I’ll reveal one of my favorite strategies for doing exactly that.

It all starts by making one small change to your portfolio…

The Average Investor’s Portfolio

If you’re like most folks, your portfolio includes stocks, bonds, and maybe some real estate.

Historically, a portfolio like that has returned about 6% a year.

6% isn’t necessarily “bad.” But it might not be enough to help you retire.

You see, even if you’re starting with $100,000 and you have 10 years before retirement, a 6% annual return will only grow your assets to $179,000.

In other words, if you’re only earning 6%, you may have to delay your retirement for years — or you may have to keep working indefinitely.

But now I’m going to reveal a tiny tweak that could have a big impact…

The Secret to a Seven-Figure Nest Egg

As I explained in my article last week, if you’re looking to turn a tiny stake into something life-changing, here’s where you need to invest:


Startups have the capacity to return 10x, 100x, even 1,000x your money or more.

And historically, startups have trounced the stock market. Even when you factor in the winners and the losers, startups have returned about 55% per year.

And to take advantage of these returns, all you need to do is make one tiny tweak…

Proof: Double Your Returns

Again, in 10 years, a $100k portfolio earning 6% per year turns into $179,000.

But look what happens if you add startups.

Let’s assume you keep 90% of your assets ($90,000) in stocks and bonds, and put the remaining $10,000 into startups.

  • At 6% per year, over 10 years, the $90,000 would turn into $161,000.
  • But given the 55% historical annual returns of startups, in 10 years, that $10,000 could turn into $800,418.

So in total, your portfolio would now be worth $961,594.

Unfortunately, there’s a major drawback to this strategy…

What if You Don’t Have Time?

If you have time before you retire, and at least $100,000 to invest, the strategy I just showed you might be the best way to grow your portfolio.

But what if you’re planning to retire in a couple of years, or you’re already retired?

If that’s the case, startup investing may be a tough pill to swallow.

You see, the trade-off in startup investing is time

Once you put your money into an early-stage company, it stays there until the startup gets acquired, or goes public in an IPO.

And Now, a Strategy that Can Work for Anyone

And that’s why Wayne and I spent so much time and effort (as well as about $500,000 of our own money) to find a different strategy to help you build your wealth.

And as you’re about to learn, we succeeded.

With this strategy:

  • You could build a six-figure (or even seven-figure) nest egg quickly.
  • You don’t need to worry about a market crash.
  • And this strategy can be used by anyone — no matter how much time, experience, or money you have.

This has nothing to do with stocks, bonds, or even options.

And perhaps surprisingly, it also has nothing to do with the usual investments we cover at Crowdability, including startups.

This Is How to Rescue Your Retirement

And on a special presentation we’ve created for you, we’ll share all the details.

Most importantly, we’ll share the details of one specific strategy — a strategy that could potentially change the lives of millions of Americans.

It’s something we’re calling a “No-Money-Down Investment.”

With this one strategy, you could add anywhere from $50,000 to $144,000 to your bank account in the next 12 months — even if you have no money to invest at all.

Yes, I know that might sound hard to believe, even outrageous.

But as you’ll learn, this is a proven strategy being used by members of our own team.

Bottom line: this could help rescue your retirement »

Happy Investing

Best Regards,
Matthew Milner
Matthew Milner


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