Saturday, May 8, 2010

Get Off the Stock Market Rollercoaster

Dear ETR Reader,

It's time to get serious about your financial security. If you are like many Americans, you saw your 401(k) and retirement accounts cut in half during the market crash of 2008. Only recently have you slowly crawled back into the markets. Now you are just in time to get smacked again by the next market correction, putting what remains of your money into jeopardy.

There is a better way.

Below you will find a video from Steve McDonald outlining his approach to beat stock market returns with very little risk. So far, out of 110 recommendations to his members, he has only taken 2 closed losses. His annualized return in 2009 was 42%, and he's on track to do very well again this year.

You owe it to yourself to take a few minutes to watch the video and read the special report below. It's time you get off the stock market rollercoaster and stop gambling with your money.

But hurry...This special offer comes off the table May 10th.

To your wealth,

Jessica Kurrle
Associate Publisher
Early to Rise

Get Off The
Market Rollercoaster!

The stock market crash of 2008 should be all the evidence you need that the stock market is no place for your hard earned money.

You don't need to accept that crashes and huge losses
are an inevitable part of the investing process.

There is a much safer way to invest. In the next 5 minutes I will show you how.


Dear Reader,

The 46% drop in the Dow in 2008 put far too many retirements in jeopardy.

And for what? The long-term return of the stock market is only 6%-8%. That is an absurd amount of risk for a paltry return.

The financial media has the average American convinced that the path to wealth involves investing in the stock market. But that is just not the case.

Here's a 10-year chart of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Does this look like anything you want to have your money invested in?


I have developed a unique strategy that has avoids the stock market completely and comes with very little risk.  The open positions in my recommended portfolio are currently showing an average annual gain of 9.4%. Just look at this example:

On October 2, 2008 Fifth Third Bank was trading for $13.23 a share.

On January 6, 2009, Fifth Third traded at $8.39 a share. 

If you owned Fifth Third stock, you lost 36% on your investment during this timeframe. 

If you followed my strategy, you could have made an average annual return of 45% on Fifth Third during this time. 

Let me tell you this: the strategy I have developed isn't complicated. It doesn't rely on obscure trading methods. No smoke and mirrors here.

What it does rely on is a heavy dose of reality and mature investing. It means you have to stop chasing the latest fads and 'next big thing'. We all know that leaves us empty handed in the end.

Your reward for this new approach will be something you have likely never experienced before. You will finally have the opportunity to beat the stock market returns, with very little risk.

Last year my recommended portfolio showed my readers an average annual return of 43%, with only one loss.

As member Les M. commented, "What I appreciate is I sleep at night".

My name is Steve McDonald. I have spent the last 25 years in the markets. About five years ago I got fed up with playing the game and decided to come over to the other side. I'm talking about the side of the disenfranchised investor.

I can tell you from experience that the systems and strategies Wall Street uses on investors are designed to make brokers and market makers wealthy.

It has always been that way and it always will be. Just look at what has happened since the government "bailed out" Wall Street. Brokers and their bosses are still raking in million-dollar bonuses. Obama and his team won't stop that. Nobody will.

All the money that taxpayers poured into the markets have bumped up the market this year. And some investors are thinking they are on their way back. But they will be feeling very differently if the market crashes again, the way it has done three times in recent years.

 The bottom line is this: if you continue to invest as you have been, you will likely be very, very disappointed. Take it from someone who knows how the market works.

But my letter isn't about the trouble ahead. It's about the strategy I've been showing my readers how to generate fantastic returns - better than Wall Street is offering right now.

 There is no other investment research service out there I know of that can honestly say that.

 Let me explain.

My Personal Crusade
To Save Your Retirement!

I have developed a strategy using debt instruments that until now has been the exclusive domain of Wall Street insiders and their ultra-privileged clientele. Read On...







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  1. Just received my check for $500.

    Sometimes people don't believe me when I tell them about how much you can earn by taking paid surveys online...

    So I show them a video of myself getting paid over $500 for participating in paid surveys.