The surprising way some retirees over 50 are earning income

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A few years ago I heard a fascinating story.

It was about an ordinary man from Washington, D.C., who decided to retire early – WAY early.

It was 2004, and this man and his wife were living in the French West Indies at the time. After that, Costa Rica.

They lived in beautiful tropical places, were free to experience the world, and even had the confidence to start a family. How many people do you know retired early enough to start a family while IN retirement?

In his own words: “We enjoyed five years of irreplaceable experiences.”

But there were three peculiarities about his retirement that jumped out at me.

First, his age. This man retired at an unheard of 35 years old. Like you, I’ve heard of people retiring early at 60, or even 50, but 35?!…. That was something else entirely.

I figured he must have been some silver-spoon inheritee, or Silicon Valley kid who sold his business early for untold millions.

Except, neither was true.

He was an ordinary American who discovered a new way to generate reliable income. He described it to me as turning your portfolio into a “check-writing machine.”

Which brings me to the second unusual factor in this man’s story, how he retired early.

After learning the ins and outs of the “ultimate income” strategy he described, my jaw hit the floor. It completely changed my own expectations for retirement.

While many Americans are wondering if they’ll ever be able to retire, I was learning about a straightforward system that has me thinking about how many years it could add to my own retirement.

He was using options to create reliable income streams off ordinary investments. I’m talking about consistent income like $630, $2,850, and $3,117 (and oftentimes much more).

After meeting him in person to learn more he explained it to me like this:

“Most people think options are complex, risky, or too time consuming for them to use. But I’ve found one simple and straightforward way to use them time and time again to practically print four figure checks… every month.”

But the third thing that made me stand up straight was that this man decided to end his retirement early to join the premier online investing company The Motley Fool so that he could teach this system to others.

Why anyone would willingly give up the sandy beaches of Costa Rica originally baffled me. Then I realized that this man’s mission was to help other people learn the same secrets he benefited from.

He skips to work every day thinking about how to help other hard-working people invest better, and use that knowledge to retire early.

So surely you can imagine my excitement when The Motley Fool’s flagship investment service Stock Advisor issued a brand new report that’s sitting front and center on my desk today. It outlines the very same approach he used to retire early.

After reading it I learned how his methodology creates:

  1. Regular, predictable income you control.
  2. A contractual obligation guaranteeing that you are paid today.
  3. Repeatable income that can be cashed in over, and over again.

And a lot more

I was hooked.

Imagine entering retirement never worrying about whether your Social Security check arrives in the mail, whether your messy tenants pay rent on time (if at all!), or whether stocks are about to take a nose-dive.

If this sounds like something you’re interested in, you’re in luck.

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