Thank you to all who came  out to our Open House last night. We had a lively group and I felt like the interaction of the group was great! Thank you for participating and adding a special dynamic to our Open House events.

I just came across the news this morning that Chase Bank is implementing new capital controls beginning in March. Customers of Chase will have to show identification to deposit money in their own accounts, and they will no longer be able to deposit money in someone else’s account. So when your child is away at college, you can’t deposit cash into his account any longer.

While these things seem innocent enough, they are the beginning of a conditioning process for more restrictive capital controls. If you recall, HSBC bank dictated that their customers must give an explanation for withdrawing their funds. These invasive steps are inching us closer to tighter controls.

Then as I briefly mentioned last night, billionaire George Soros doubled his bearish bets that the S&P 500 will significantly go down. If you are enjoying the gains you have recently earned, know that there are tools that will allow you earn a guaranteed return while locking in your gains from the stock market. However, when the market goes down your principal is protected. You cannot lose your principal investment. These types of investments saw no losses during the Great Depression when most people lost all their assets.

Then as I briefly mentioned last night, billionaire George Soros doubled his bearish bets that the S&P 500 will significantly go down. If you are enjoying the gains you have recently earned, know that there are tools that will allow you earn a guaranteed return while locking in your gains from the stock market. However, when the market goes down your principal is protected. You cannot lose your principal investment. These types of investments saw no losses during the Great Depression when most people lost all their assets.

If would like to take advantage of our free no-obligation consultation you can call our office at 1.855.534.4653. Please, protect yourself!

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