Last week’s edition of the Crash Proof Retirement Show was dedicated to the 4,000+ area consumers who have achieved a Crash Proof Retirement.
Phil Cannella and Joann Small briefly discussed the first major event of the 2016 Presidential election season. On the heels of last Thursday’s debate among the top contenders for the Republican nomination, Phil Cannella said he liked a lot of what he was hearing. “Don’t you think if we could take a particular ingredient from each of the candidates, you might come up with the perfect President?” he asked.
What does election season mean to listeners in or near retirement? Phil and Joann go to great lengths to educate people around the Philadelphia area on the obstacles to a secure retirement. But the one thing people in the retirement phase need to know are the safe alternatives available to risky investing via Wall Street.
Many Crash Proof consumers today have or held many of the same fears or concerns regarding their nest egg and protecting it well into the golden years. That’s why Phil Cannella and Joann Small dedicated this week’s show to the 4,000+ Crash Proof consumers who now enjoy protection, guarantees and peace of mind in retirement.
Here are just a few comments from those consumers:
“One of my retirement concerns is that the money we’ve worked all these years for—such as a 401(k)— we want to get that into a Crash Proof program and at least keep and sustain what we have and try to accumulate a little more so that we can at least maintain our lifestyle.”
“My retirement concerns are stabilized principal and a steady income stream without the volatility of the stock market especially in today’s economy. The way the stock market is vacillating, my concern is that I do not lose any of my money.”
“Every day the markets are down. I look at what’s happening in Greece and Germany and it concerns me that it will impact our overall market. My concerns are holding on to what I earned and having it grow. I don’t feel confident in mutual funds and corporate bonds.”
“The world is that if a firecracker goes off in New York, the stock market drops 1,000 points. It’s not stable. My retirement concerns are will I have enough money to last a lifetime? The stock market is like a roulette wheel where nobody tells me the rules and my broker just tells me what I have left. I’m concerned if our money will last and will we be able to still live our lifestyle?”