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Interview With Steve Selengut

Retirement Money Secrets: A Financial Insider's Guide To Income Independence

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Hi, and welcome to the show!

On today’s show I have the pleasure of welcoming income coach & book author Steve Selengut to talk about the goal of income independence, investment options, how to produce more income from your investment portfolio, and to take a deep dive into his latest book Retirement Money Secrets - A Financial Insider's Guide to Income Independence.

Steve Selengut is a 40+ year professional investment manager/advisor/RIA/IAR whose current adventure is coaching both individuals and other advisors in creating income independence for themselves and their clients. He was a private investment manager for 44 years, personally managing around 325 individual portfolios in the USA and abroad. 

During this content rich call, Steve reveals ways you can generate more potential spending money than you need, quarter to quarter, year after year. This approach will allow you to say to yourself: “Neither a stock market correction, nor rising interest rates, will have a negative impact on my portfolio income. In fact, either condition will help me grow my income even faster.”

Steve is actively promoting his 2nd book, “Retirement Money Secrets”. In this book, Steve teaches you a simple yet little-known system for investing in the stock market that shouldn't be a secret (but is). Importantly, this book delivers reliable income without selling your hard-earned investments to pay the bills. Even better, the strategies inside work regardless of whether the stock market is going up or down.

To learn more about the topics discussed, or to contact Steve directly, click the link below.

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