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Category Archives: LIFE SETTLEMENTS
“Old age isn’t so bad when you consider the alternative.” – Maurice Chevalier How old is too old for life insurance? Recently, a Partners4Prosperity reader asked, “How well do ‘income for life’ type programs work for people within 5 years … Continue reading
“The individual investor should act consistently as an investor and not as a speculator.” -Benjamin Graham As we saw in our last post, the truth about the stock market has been obscured for too long. Mutual funds and stocks, the … Continue reading
I don’t want to tell you how much insurance I carry with the Prudential, but all I can say is: when I go, they go too.” – Jack Benny, comedian (1894-1974). An on-air penny-pincher who pretended that he would sooner … Continue reading
“Death takes no bribes.” – Benjamin Franklin On the surface, the concept of Life Settlements can be a bit shocking at first. Let’s face it, making money on someone else’s natural death sounds like an investment idea cooked up in … Continue reading
“Insurance: An ingenious modern game of chance in which the player is permitted to enjoy the comfortable conviction that he is beating the man who keeps the table.” – Ambrose Bierce, American journalist Insurance is indeed a game of odds. … Continue reading
“So far as reasonable safety permits, it is desirable to give to life policies the ordinary characteristics of property. To deny the right to sell except to persons having such an interest is to diminish appreciably the value of the … Continue reading