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How would you feel if you retired and then learned that you had been deceived all of your investing life? Are you ready to take control and learn more about investing? 

Turnover is the frequency of the buying and selling rate within mutual funds and individual stocks. Every time there is a transaction inside your mutual fund, costs are incurredwhether you have approved the sales and purchases or not. Active money managers who buy and sell frequently within mutual funds create higher costs for investors than money managers who buy and rebalance, like the Free Market Funds, which have a turnover rate of zero to twenty percent.  

Janice is 63 and scared. She is frustrated about the possibility of Social Security changing. Having terrible experiences with the returns of the retail investments in her employer’s 401(k) retirement plan, Janice now sees even more potential trouble ahead for her retirement lifestyle.

“Did I do OK?” Milly asked, as she showed me her two-month-old annuity policy. She had purchased an annuity with fifteen years of level surrender charges! I could not believe my eyes, and looked twice to make sure I was reading it correctly. She was stuck. The best thing she could do now was to invest the rest of her money to working harder, or pay the penalties and call it “investment tuition.” 

Women, if you don’t want to outlive your money, you need to understand your investment portfolio!  

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