Social security has outperformed the stock market by about 5% per year over the last 14 years.
Austin, TX. (PRWEB) February 11, 2012
The recent Absolute Wealth newsletter explains that it is almost impossible to believe, but people would do better putting their money into a government program. There has always been talk about how Social Security is a bad investment, says the recent Absolute Wealth newsletter, and in fact it is a terrible investment with the possibility of only making 2% on money invested in Social Security. However, it turns out that Social Security is actually a great investment compared to most people's retirement plans, reveals the recent Absolute Wealth newsletter, because 2% returns on Social Security are after inflation and after fees.
The current Absolute Wealth newsletter talks about how for most people, Social Security is a better investment than the stock market once they take into account inflation. In fact, reveals the current Absolute Wealth newsletter, Social security has outperformed the stock market by about 5% per year over the last 14 years. The recent Absolute Wealth newsletter predicts that there will be another 5-10 years of bad stock market returns, because sometimes bear markets can last for decades, like the one after the great depression.
The recent Absolute Wealth newsletter explains it is possible to get better returns with an IRA just by taking advantage of trend Following within the IRA. It turns out with a small amount of work, reveals the current Absolute Wealth newsletter, and some basic trend trading principles, people can make more money in an IRA than they have in the past 14 years. Not only that, the current Absolute Wealth newsletter says people can make more money with lower risk, and lower fees.
The current Absolute Wealth newsletter says to cut IRA and 401k fees as low as possible, because fees are wealth killers. When searching for lower fees, the current Absolute Wealth newsletter advises, to make sure and try to avoid paying transfer taxes. The Absolute Wealth newsletter also explains to make sure and invest in low fee ETF's, which have low fee stock transactions.
The current Absolute Wealth newsletter advises to check with a few of the several large brokers out there who are excellent low-cost choices, and consult with an advisor on these procedures and be careful to do it correctly. Subscribe to the Absolute Wealth newsletter at AbsoluteWealth.com to receive current information first.