Fort Washington, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/11/2014 -- Secure Retirement Strategies is continuing to offer loss prevention for retirement investments in 2014. The firm uses specialized investing techniques to help their clients avoid losing their money when the market declines or crashes. Economics professor Robert Shiller predicts that another financial bubble burst in the United States is imminent. The Nobel Prize in Economics winner correctly forecasted the 2008 housing market crash in his September 17, 2007 article “Bubble Trouble,” and now estimates that the current stock market boom will lead to a crash in the near future. The same signals witnessed pre-crash in 2000 and 2007 are showing up now, such as record high margin debt on the New York Stock Exchange.
The public need not fear a crash, however. They just need to seek out financial planning companies that know where to invest their money in order to prevent losses. Get returns on investments in good market years, and never lose a dime during bad years.
Protecting investments is easy with Secure Retirement Strategies. Their retirement planning advisors work one on one with clients to personalize their services and determine the best fit for each individual. Options like Hybrid Indexed Annuity give clients assurance that their money is safe. With indexing, the firm provides a fixed annuity that earns interest based on a benchmark like Standard & Poor’s 500 Index. This type of annuity gives retirees the opportunity to earn stock market returns that are safe from all future declines, and the money is available to the client at any time.
For more information visit Secure Retirement Strategies online or call 800-594-5755.
About Secure Retirement Strategies
Secure Retirement Strategies is an independent financial services firm that strives to help people achieve financial security in retirement. They provide personalized financial services to guarantee their clients don’t lose money due to market declines.
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