Can your savings withstand a catastrophe?

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve heard or read about the recent school shooting in Florida.

I won’t bore you with my opinion on gun control but I will tell you my wife and I own guns and sometimes carry them out in public.

The reason is dead-simple and obvious.

If we are ever in a situation which requires a gun, it is— by definition— a life or death situation.

Those usually last all of 5 seconds.

Think about that for a moment and let it sink in.

Now, I don’t consider myself a “gun nut” and we don’t have an NRA membership.

We just have a strong sense of self-preservation buttressed by the local crime reports and crime map in this area showing that there is indeed crime where we live.

And… we don’t want to die because a police officer couldn’t come to our rescue in under 10 seconds.

But I can hear the critics now… “but Dave… what’s the chance of that ever happening?”

Probably slim.

Slim, but not zero percent.

Which is why we have protection in the first place. We hope to never need it but without it… the consequences are… well… catastrophic.

Anyway, enough babbling.

If you want to prevent a financial catastrophe from destroying your savings, then go join my email list and I’ll show you how it’s done… go do it, now.

David Lewis

This post brought to you by //The Rogue Agent//. David has been a life insurance agent, and worked with some of the oldest and most respected mutual life insurance companies in the U.S., since 2004. Learn more about him and his business, here.