Wall Street lost more than 49 percent of the average investor’s savings twice since 2000. As a result, many Americans have no clue when or if they will ever be able to retire.
Pamela Yellen, a New York Times bestselling author and financial investigator, knows these concerns. Like most Americans, she followed the conventional wisdom of investing in stocks and mutual funds, only to see her savings vanish. So she took matters into her own hands.
As a consultant to more than 40,000 financial advisors over more than 20 years, Pamela investigated more than 450 financial products and strategies. She concluded that Americans are being brainwashed into accepting they have to risk their money in order to grow it.
Today more than 500,000 Americans are using this method to achieve predictable savings growth, financial security and self-sufficiency. Pamela is so confident of its effectiveness that she has offered $100,000 to the first person who can find a better financial strategy.
A refreshing alternative to the same old voices touting Wall Street’s conventional wisdom, Pamela has appeared on every major TV and radio network, including ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, FOX, and NPR. Her articles have appeared in hundreds of publications and websites, including USA Today, The Huffington Post, The Associated Press, Fox News and AARP.
Now she has created a new financial literacy curriculum that teaches proven methods to help people get out of debt, build savings and achieve lifetime goals. These are the strategies and tips people need to be self-reliant and secure.
“You are entitled to set and meet your own lifestyle and retirement goals, without ever worrying about whether Wall Street, real estate, gold or any of the other unpredictable financial markets will suddenly crash, robbing you overnight of your dreams and the rewards of your hard work,” Pamela says. “Our mission is to provide you the plain, honest truth about money and finances that you won’t get anywhere else.”
Even though the “experts” insisted there was no place to hide from the Great Recession, people who used the Bank On Yourself savings method saw their money continue to grow right through the economic crash. Pamela explains how more than 500,000 Americans opted out of financial risk and stress to embrace lifetime financial security and self-sufficiency instead.
With the stock market recovering, there’s no better time to jump back in, right? Wrong! Pamela explains why the conventional financial wisdom on investing is flawed, and why investors get shortchanged even during bull markets. She also shows how it’s possible to know the guaranteed value of your retirement savings on the day you plan to tap into them, and at any point along the way.
To learn more about Pamela Yellen and Bank On Yourself, visit www.BankOnYourself.com