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  1. Malcolm B
    May 11, 2015

    Bullshit

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  2. B. Scott
    May 11, 2015

    There is no such thing! Anytime you go near the stock market you risk losing everything. The only people make any real money on the stock market are the brokers who charge fees on your money! A con game!

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    • Brian Weatherdon
      May 11, 2015

      B.Scott of course you’re right that stock markets fluctuate, and the risk of stock markets can be highly inappropriate to many investors. In fact anything that could take 30% to 60% of your money, once or twice each decade, should be treated with great caution …and this is precisely the reason why I’ve distilled & share low-risk income & growth through LIFE INCOME MANDATES ….building portfolio of total-assets that your great-grandparents would have understood and respected, and your grandchildren will equally value.

      Especially because you’ve seen the Raw Risks and Losses of Stock Markets, this is why you now could explore how Life Income Mandates work. … I’ve built the concept globally so different people may assemble or design the process to their own needs or platforms, yet the principles are proven effective. Indeed powerfully effective: over the past 5, 10, 15 years, and equally over the past 50, 100, 200 years.

      Thank you for sharing your thoughts. If I can be of help in an advisory capacity, or in discussing with your own investment counsel, I welcome you to let me know.

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  3. Brian Weatherdon
    January 27, 2016

    On DIVIDEND INCOME John Heinzl asked who predicted a stock market jump (or loss) last week and the point is that no one can do that. There’s < 1% chance of usefully predicting when stock markets will rise or fall by 10%, and quite often one finds perfectly good investments losing value for a period of months. But look at the DIVIDENDS which may even keep RISING regardless of anything happening in stock markets. If our dividends tend to rise year-over-year we generally find this accelerates our investment values too. It's worth taking some time to discuss how this works, and how we can combine Real Estate, Infrastructure, Dividends, to assure RISING INCOME over the years ahead.

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