6 Low-Risk Ways to Generate High Monthly Income

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All of a sudden investing for income has become popular again. And there is a reason for that.

More than $6.5 billion has evaporated from retirement accounts since 2007, coinciding with a growing trend of workers postponing their retirements or returning to the workforce at least part-time.

The US economy is still lagging and the next European crisis is never far away, and that isn’t good news for investors who are dependent on the stock market to build retirement nest eggs or generate income for living expenses.

A retiree with $100,000 in a money market account might earn about $50 a month. Even at 10 times that amount, you’re pretty much limited to paying the electric bill and buying groceries without dipping into your nest egg or relying on a job that might not be there for as long as you need it.

To face life in an environment where traditional income investments like CDs, money markets, and bonds producing only .01% to 1% is depressing.  Nobody wants to cut short their dreams just because yields are ridiculously low.

But if you’d instead like to bring in $500 a week (or however much you want/need) – using the money that’s otherwise stagnating in your account—then I have the solution for you.

That’s why I’ve written this personal “blue print” article so you can easily create an income machine for yourself and generate an extra paycheck every week.

Let’s get started.

The Options Income Strategy So Effective, 93% of Investors Who Use It Make Money. This Special Video will teach you how to instantly add CASH to your account every week, every month and every quarter and NEVER put your portfolio at risk. Create Your Own “Extra Pay Day” Every Week.

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One thought on “6 Low-Risk Ways to Generate High Monthly Income

  1. Corrado Tiralongo

    On a stock like AT & T to collect $50 to $75 you will have to sell the stock deep into the money and for sure taken away at expiration. You're selling pipe dreams.

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