Most investment instruments fall into one of two categories; safe options (green money) or at risk options (red money).
There are several safe money options such as CD’s, checking, savings accounts and fixed annuities. These options can protect you from risk and often time have guarantees built-in.
Additionally, many of these options provide lifetime guaranteed benefits. The trade-off for these features could be lower returns and or limited liquidity.
Risk options or "red Money" options include: stocks, bonds, mutual funds and variable annuities. These options are at risk of losing due to market downturns or interest rate fluctuation.
Red money provides all of the upside potential of the market, but it also carries all of the potential downside. REMEMBER: You receive all the reward and all the risk.
Luckily there is a way for you to receive the positive features of green money (safety and guarantees) and the positive features of our red money (upside potential and liquidity).
We can provide the safety and guarantees along with the upside and liquidity. It is important to carefully examine the red money options so that you have the appropriate amount of risk.
Watch this short introduction video to learn more about Red Money and Green Money in your portfolio
It's time to stop gambling with your financial future! Let us help you understand the difference between Red Money and Green Money.
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