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Is it really a crisis IF ONLY 92% think so?

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Fellow Investor,

A recent Allianz poll found that 92% of Americans believe there's a retirement crisis. It's not hard to understand why when you have...

  ✔  Social Security, CDs and T-bills offering a pittance
  ✔  Company-sponsored pensions going the way of the dinosaur...
  ✔  And the cost of living -- especially healthcare costs -- sky-rocketing.

But here’s something even more scary -- this poll was conducted BEFORE the market’s recent rollercoaster began.

It doesn’t account for what’s happened to the market in the last week... In just five days:

The Dow lost 10.5%...

The S&P 500 gave up 10.8% and

The Nasdaq surrendered 10.5% of its total value!

I wonder what the  “Allianz 8% -- the respondents who didn’t think there was a retirement crisis think now.

If anything, it hammered home the point that retiring at 50 -- even 60 -- is becoming less likely... 

While the nightmare of working well into your golden years -- just to make ends meet -- is much closer to the truth. 

Unless you can find income investments today still offering double-digit income to keep ahead of inflation and... appreciation to build or rebuild retirement savings faster.

Luckily for you, that's exactly what Bryan Perry has been helping investors like us do for more than 30 years now. 

And he's just released a special report detailing 4 High-Yield Havens -- investments that offer yields as high as 15.6%.

That's at least 10x more than what you can get in a one-year CD today

These 4 High Yield Havens could be the simplest solution available today to help you restore your retirement dreams, regardless of the markets recent rollercoaster.

To learn more, click here now

Yours for higher income investing, 
Roger Michalski
Roger Michalski
Publisher, Eagle Financial Publications
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