Annuity Gator

November 10, 2022

What in the world is going on in the market?

After a decade-long bull market, we now hear about things like…

  • Supply chain disruptions
  • Higher energy costs
  • Higher food costs
  • Inflation that still hasn’t peaked

Something has changed and the market is getting more and more volatile.

And we’re not the only ones saying this…

  • Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan Chase, was quoted recently as saying, “Brace yourselves for an economic ‘hurricane’ due to inflation.”
  • The Federal Reserve has stated they will continue to increase interest rates until they are able to get inflation under control.
  • We have seen the market drop over 16% since last November, with many analysts predicting that the market has not reached its bottom yet and some economists predicting a severe recession.

Of course, no one knows for sure where the markets will go…

But one thing this does signal is more volatility and uncertainty.

Market volatility is here and many analysts are predicting we’ll be seeing more of it over the next 12-18 months.

Things have been very good for the last decade or so… but it might be right to be a little more conservative and take some risk off the table.

While most financial salespeople are trained to help clients save and invest, there are few specialists who truly focus on giving clients the background they need to make the best decisions near and in retirement.

But here’s the good news…

There is a financial vehicle that can help sidestep the effects of a volatile economy.

That vehicle is called an annuity.

Now, we do believe in annuities — but only if they are used and explained correctly.

And annuities were built for markets just like these.

Not only because they are more competitive as interest rates rise…

But because they can secure your principal from any risk of loss.

We’re going to go over the reasons why that is on an exclusive webinar entitled:

In the webinar, we will cover:

  • What’s really happening in the economy and what it might mean.
  • Why The Federal Reserve may continue to raise interest rates.
  • Why higher interest rates might be good for safe money strategies.
  • The single most important thing you can do today to take advantage of higher rates on your safe money.

And much more.

It’s our goal to bring you the latest news and information about safe money strategies.

Yes…we believe in annuities — but only if they are used and explained correctly.

If you’re ready to learn why now is the best time for annuities for the last 15 years, then take the time to watch the webinar below.

Click here to view the replay

See you on the webinar,

Jeff Woodard

Certified Financial Fiduciary®

Annuity Research Specialist


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