Dear Friend,
The Social Security fund is on track to run dry by 2035 without a drastic tax hike and/or hyperinflation, which would literally break most retirement-age Americans.
By age 67, the average American only has about $50,000 in savings to retire on for the rest of their lives.
It takes more than $750,000 invested at 5% annual interest to generate just $3,000 per month income BEFORE taxes.
Think you can do better?
The experts say there is no such thing as a “safe” investment.
All investments are exposed to market forces out of our control. Things can go great for a few years, then bad for a few. Retirement plans and “safe” passive investors are sitting ducks.
Any risk is too much to bet your retirement on… unless you know the same proven formula that smart investors use to turn as little as $1,000 into $100,000 or more.
Most retail investors trying to retire safely are only aware of so called low risk, low upside investments. Wall Street insiders call these the “Dumb Money” investments.
If the idea of “safe investment” is still in your vocabulary, you are just a number of years away from suffering major financial losses.
Why does the “Smart Money” fly around in luxury jets and keep investing in higher risk opportunities with 10-100x upside?
Because they know a simple mathematical formula that you don’t.
Don’t worry… If you are tired of being the “Dumb Money” and ready to learn how the “Smart Money” has turned as little as $1,000 into a literal fortune, then the following information could be eye opening.
It’s being called the “Hyper Retirement Formula” and it’s yours free for participating in this survey.
In this economy, you are either “smart money” or “dumb money.” There’s not much in the middle. ~John Valenty
It’s never too late to invest properly towards a safer and more comfortable retirement.
For a limited time, you can request free access to the Hyper Retirement formula below, and you’ll see how you too can retire 5x faster, earn 5x more and keep more of what you earn.



Happy Investing,
Jack Manza
The Financial Health Network

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