Tag Archives: High-Yield Investing

  • What’s “Social Security Insurance” — can you really “Act Before 9/28/2016 and lock in $43,543 for life?

    This ad caught my eye, because Nathan Slaughter (or his ad copywriter) is doing the same thing a lot of newsletter pundits do: Comparing apples to oranges in trying to give the impression that there’s some “secret” alternative to social security that save your retirement. (There is the old “secret” alternative, of course, it’s called […]

  • “Be a $7 Venture Capitalist …” High Dividend Superstar

    The folks at High Yield Investing have this to offer: “You can thank venture capitalists for your computer, cell phone, solar panel and countless other inventions that have made our lives better… and ground-floor investors filthy rich. Back in the day, if you wanted a piece of the action, all you needed to do was write your own million-dollar check. Not possible for 99.99% of investors. But today, you can buy your way into the exclusive world of venture capitalists for about $7.”

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