In recent years, as the
realisation has set in that the Baby Boomers are heading for the proverbial "fate
worse than death" (living too long with too little money), we've seen a series
of booms in residential property investment and shares and options trading.
These mini-booms have been fueled by the activities of so-called "wealth coaches"
selling high-priced seminars and workshops to teach ordinary people — especially
wage and salary earners — "the secrets of the wealthy".
As usual, by the time the general populace becomes aware of these "secrets",
the real money has already been earned by the professionals — including the "wealth
coaches" — who have since moved on to the next opportunity. (How do you think
those "wealth coaches" always seem to know all about the NEXT hottest wealth
This is made worse by the cyclical "Boom and Bust" nature of property and
shares. What people fail to understand is that the REAL money in these fields is
usually made on the movement up or down — so the real winners don't care which
way the market goes, as long as it's moving.
So, as we approach the peak of the current investment property boom, where an overheated
market, driven by crude demand from graduates of "Wealth Creation Seminars",
has pushed prices to record levels and is now beginning to see a glut in rental properties,
climbing vacancies and falling rental prices, a lot of people are going to discover
that these high-risk wealth creation activities require sound knowledge, skill, experience
and judgement to really succeed.
Many will find themselves exposed to huge debts that they're unable to service, and
will be forced to sell their investment properties at substantial losses.
It's the same for inexperienced share and options traders.
For these people, Flantech offers a low-risk, low-cost opportunity to create GENUINE
long-term, residual income relatively quickly. For many, it will be the means of
saving themselves from financial disaster. For others, it will provide them with
ongoing income to support themselves, now and in retirement.