How 1 Man Made 100 Times His Money After Age 50

By: Rex Moore

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I never thought getting old was fun (I'm over 50). 

"Over the hill!"

"Past your prime!"

Those were phrases I used to think about all the time. But that all changed on May 2nd of this year.

Suddenly, the fog had been lifted. Within a few hours, my outlook had completely changed.

You see, I had just been in the same room as another "senior citizen" who had made 100 times his money after he blew out the candles on his 50th birthday cake.

You may have heard of him. His name is Warren Buffett -- the billionaire investor. That's right, Buffett had less than 1% of his current fortune at the time he turned 50!

So you can imagine how excited I was to find myself in the same room as Warren Buffett himself in early May 2015. 

Buffett fielded questions from those in the room for nearly 6 hours!

The catch was: I wasn't allowed to record any of it. No audio. No video.

I tried to write down every single word Buffett uttered. Over 10,000 words! My hand ached.

But boy was I glad I did! Buffett shared many of his master strategies that older Americans can use to build wealth later in life. Even if they need to catch up. And even if Wall Street gets clobbered again.

This was one of the most important things that ever happened to my finances. That's why I want to share those strategies and tips with you today -- so you can learn how Buffett made 100 times his money later in life.

I’ve gathered the strategies I learned from Buffett, distilled them down to 11 simple lessons, and put it in the exclusive report you can find below.

Please don’t delay. Click here to access your report now.

Millions of Americans have nothing saved for retirement. Millions more plan on relying on programs like Social Security to fund their golden years. Fortunately, there may be 11 simple steps you can take to find a better way!

All of the details are in this brief report that shows you exactly how you could position your portfolio, just enter your email below.

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