Aged 55 or Older? You Should Know This

Dear Reader,

How important are your retirement plans to you?

How badly do you want to quit work in your later years?

What will you do to keep your dreams on track?

The answers to the first two of these questions should come pretty easily to you.

The third, maybe not so much.

When we think about taking action — especially when it comes to financially-related stuff — we tend to put obstacles in our own way.

I don’t know why we do this. Like it or not, money is the one thing that makes everything else possible. The whole point of this daily email is to help you figure out how to make more of it, through careful investment, financial management, and just knowing more. So that when the time comes, your plans actually have a decent shot at coming to fruition.

You don’t need Vern or me to tell you how important the final third of your life is. How good it could be if you plan well. Or how miserable if things go against you.

You know all that.

Our job is to help you make sense of what’s happening — in our economy and further afield — in order to make your decisions easier.

That’s it.

If you’re aged 55 or over, Vern says you have an important decision to make — and you need to make it soon.

He’s done more work than anyone I know to help you make this decision confidently. That’s because he’s in the same boat. He’s thinking about retirement. He’s got a lot at stake. He has plans that he wants to make a reality.

He’ll tell you all of this himself. Point is, everything he’s recommending to you is something he’s doing himself. Vern’s not some aloof commentator. He has skin in the game.

On Wednesday, Vern’s going to share the details of his new research into what he sees as Australia’s looming economic crisis. He’ll show you how he thinks it’s going to pan out…how it could cause a 65% fall in our stock market…and crucially, what to do about it now.

But today, something slightly different…

I have two videos for you. The first is the final instalment of Vern’s five-part series which sets the scene for the release of his research on Wednesday.

The video is titled: ‘Should Older Australians Change Their Retirement Plans?’ If you’re 55 or over, I’d say it’s recommended viewing. Click the thumbnail below now to watch it…


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The other video you need to make time to watch today is the first part of a conversation I recorded on Skype earlier on, with Vern, who’s up on the Gold Coast.

Like I’ve said many times. I share a lot of common ground with the big man. Especially when it comes to things like overpriced stocks…stretched markets…central bank intervention…and PC culture.

But I don’t always see eye-to-eye with him when it comes to the fine detail.

Vern’s putting out a pretty big claim on Wednesday. I wanted to catch up with him to grill him on the specifics of that claim. The how, what, and more specifically, the why.

You can see the first part of our conversation today. Hopefully it will give you a greater sense of where Vern’s coming from. You’ll be able to watch the second part of our Skype call in tomorrow’s Rum Rebellion.

To watch part one, just click the thumbnail below…

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Regards,


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Greg Canavan,
Editor, The Rum Rebellion

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Greg Canavan approaches the investment world with an ‘ignorance is bliss’ philosophy. In a world where all the information is just a click away at all times, Greg believes we ingest too much of it. As a result, we forget how to think for ourselves, and let other people’s thoughts cloud our own. Or worse, we only seek out the voices who are confirming our biases and narrowminded views of the truth. Either situation is not ideal. With regards to investing, this makes us follow the masses rather than our own gut instincts. At The Rum Rebellion, fake news and unethical political persuasion are not in the least bit tolerated. It denounces the heavy amount of government influence which the public accommodates. Greg will help The Rum Rebellion readers block out all the nonsense and encourage personal responsibility…both in the financial and political world.


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