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Can you retire a millionaire with index funds?
Index funds give investors access to near-market returns with no stock picking or market timing required. But are market-level returns enough to grow your retirement account to seven figures? The easy answer is: yes, you can retire a millionaire with index funds. Though, as you might expect, it depends on how much you invest in those index funds and for how long.
Even if you’re behind schedule, invest what you can afford today and reassess your progress after a few years. That way, if the market does you a favor and outperforms for a time, you’ll reap the benefits and get closer to your million-dollar goal.
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Perfect Stock Caught Trading Under Secret Name
This is just bizarre…
We have just uncovered perhaps the most unusual stock we’ve ever seen.
It’s expected to see massive revenue this year – $100 billion.
The company holds over 29,000 patents in the U.S.
It pays an enormous dividend.
It’s ultra-cheap – less than $3.
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