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Missed Fortune – Taking Back Control from Congress & the Fickle Market

Posted on | May 30, 2010

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Who Determines Your Financial Fate?

The New York Times published an article last week entitled “As Reform Takes Shape, Some Relief on Wall Street.” The article reports on the financial reform bill working its way through congress, and says:

“Despite the outcry from lobbyists and warnings from conservative Republicans that the legislation will choke economic growth, bankers and many analysts think that the bill approved by the Senate last week will reduce Wall Street’s profits but leave its size and power largely intact. Industry officials are also hopeful that several of the most punitive provisions can be softened before it is signed into law.”

If you’re heavily invested in the market, you’re heavily invested in the outcome of this legislation. You’re left to the whims and power-mongering of Congress, the vagaries of the market, the inevitable rising of inflation.

In short, you have little to no control. You’re sitting on the sidelines hoping and praying that the changes won’t negatively affect your account.

Why not take back your control? Why not empower yourself and become immune from market volatility, guarantee your principal, outpace inflation, reduce your taxes, and increase your liquidity?

You can, with Missed Fortune Strategies. Meet with a Missed Fortune advisor to learn how.

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