I'm worried for the future, and what it holds for retirees.

Apparently I'm not alone...

A survey by Allianz found that 61% of all respondents feared outliving their retirement savings more than they feared death.

I understand why people are anxious. Retirement accounts got hit hard by market events like the dot-com bust, the housing meltdown and the subsequent financial crisis. Some people stopped investing entirely because they were afraid to put their life savings at risk.

But at the same time, savings accounts and certificates of deposit aren't even beating inflation. They're just not the right tools with which to build a healthy retirement.

That's why I've spent the last several years developing... refining... and perfecting a new kind of retirement plan.

I designed it specifically for those in or approaching retirement with three main goals in mind:

To maximize income, maximize growth, and minimize risk... all while collecting an average of one or more dividend "paychecks" per day.

That's exactly why I call it the Daily Paycheck Retirement Strategy.

The system I designed is NOT complicated. At its core, the strategy is all about finding strong dividend payers and letting them pay you year after year.

Over the past four years, I've personally collected nearly 1,600 dividend "paychecks" totaling more than $65,000 dollars using this strategy.

But my success with dividend investing is no fluke. When you look at the data, it's obvious that dividend payers are perhaps the single best place to put your money.

According to Standard & Poor's, since 1926 nearly half of the market's total return has come from dividends. That's right -- if you ignore dividends, you risk giving up nearly half of the market's returns.

You'd also be ignoring some of the market's best performers. Ned Davis Research found that from 1972 through March 2014, dividend paying stocks in the S&P 500 returned 9.3% annually, far exceeding the 2.4% annual return for S&P stocks that didn't pay a dividend.

Put simply, investing in dividend payers is a proven long-term strategy. But with the Daily Paycheck strategy, we've taken that idea one step further.

The critical discovery we've made is that, by using the right combination of dividend stocks, it's possible to create a retirement portfolio that achieves my three original goals all while paying you multiple dividends every month.

As I mentioned earlier, I've personally used the strategy to collect 1,574 "paychecks" for more than $65,000 dollars over the past four years -- and those numbers climb by the day.

And between the capital appreciation and reinvested dividends, my portfolio -- which started at $200,000 in REAL CASH -- is now worth over $310,000.

One of the best parts about this strategy is that it works for all walks of life -- whether you have $1,000 to invest or $1,000,000, or more.

In the past year, I've collected an average of $1,382 dollars a month in dividend checks. That means I'm already collecting more monthly income than the average government retirement check.

And I'm not the only one. The thousands of folks I've already shown this to are enjoying similar results.

In fact, my research team and I have done a ton of research on the impact of using this Daily Paycheck strategy. Here are a few success stories we've heard from investors like you:

-- Annie S. from Nevada said that she covers most of her monthly expenses with the "$2,194 a month" that she earns from this method.

-- Gordon P. from California told me he averages "$1,100 a month."

-- And Curtis S. from Washington wrote that he collects "about $4,200 per month." After padding his investment account, he said he spends the rest on home improvements, precious metals, and helping out his children.

These people aren't members of the richest 1%. They're regular folks. But they've figured out that anyone can use the Daily Paycheck strategy to earn a growing income stream to help pay their monthly bills, fund retirement, or simply increase their wealth.

I love hearing their stories. After all, providing a better retirement option was the primary reason we created the Daily Paycheck strategy in the first place.

So with these stories as inspiration, I -- along with my publishers at StreetAuthority -- decided to get the message out to more people. That's why, for the first time, I went in front of a live audience to deliver a presentation that reveals exactly how my strategy works.

And as a special thanks for being loyal subscribers, StreetAuthority Insider readers get the first showing of this special presentation tonight.

In this exclusive presentation, you'll discover:

- How I've organized my portfolio so that it generates nearly $1,400 per month

- How I set up my brokerage account with a special feature that multiplies my income much faster over time

- How I've made my portfolio less volatile than the S&P 500

And how you can do all these things too, starting now.

Best of all, I'll even give you the names and ticker symbols of several of the top stocks I've built my portfolio around.

So with that said, I would like to cordially invite you to watch my lecture and begin investing toward your retirement today. Simply click on the video link below to begin.

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