Monday, December 20, 2010

Infinite Banking Concept

I recently started a system of my own and I cannot tell you how much I am relieved to have done so.  In this economic climate, no one is sure what the next 5-10 years holds.  This vehicle for your financial strategy can help.  Watch the whole video and contact me if you have more questions.

Thursday, December 9, 2010

How To Achieve Longevity

Via: TermLifeInsurance Blog

Saving vs. Investing

I am an avid supporter of the IBC (Infinite Banking Concept) and have been studying these principles since 2005.  There is a huge misconception between savings and investing.  You will see in many publications, particularly ones that support 401k's and mutual funds, use the term saving instead of investing.

Read article here

This article by Dwayne Burnell, is an enlightening appeal to the financial thought process.  A whole life insurance products that supports the IBC concept can provide for steady gains and extremely limit loss while still providing for retirement.  

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Lifespan Vs Wealth

I came across this video describing the relation between the world's lifespan versus its wealth. Hans Rosling puts together an incredible way to digest raw data.  Not only is it cool, but the trends it shows is very dynamic.

What do you think will be the continuing trend?

I hate to be cynical, but I do not think that our lifespan will continue to lengthen.  If we continue to neglect research for disease and do not pursue major breakthrough's then the lifespan will not increase.  I do however feel that our wealth will.  The reason being our economic history has proven that it can and will bounce back.

This will raise a ton of questions about health care for our future.  

1.  If our wealth and health continue to improve why is our health insurance such a massive point of debate?
2.  Why is it so expensive if we are healthy?
3.  Does it need the huge overhaul?

This is an epic insight into America's hot topic of health insurance and I hope that many will see it.  Please pass it along.

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