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If you´ve been thinking about investing, now´s a terrific time to start.

  • There have been plenty of reasons not to invest in the stock market over the years, but for long-term investors, historically the results have generally been positive over time.*
    * Past performance is no guarantee of future results.
  • Systematic investing allows you to use dollar-cost averaging to build wealth over the long term. That means you could accumulate more shares and lower your cost per share by continuing to invest, even when the market is down.*
    * Dollar-cost averaging is a technique for lowering the average cost per share over time. While a continuous program of dollar-cost averaging can reduce cost per share over time, it cannot assure a profit or protect against loss in declining markets. Since dollar-cost averaging involves continuous investments over time, the investor should consider his or her financial ability to continue purchases through low price levels. The values shown are hypothetical, not intended to reflect any specific market period but to demonstrate the effect of a fluctuating market.
  • Waiting is not a smart money move. By waiting just a few years, you could potentially miss out on tens of thousands of dollars over your lifetime.

A Primerica rep could help you find the money in your budget to begin an investment strategy today. It doesn´t take a lot to get started, and it could be the first step on your road to financial freedom.*
* PFSI Retail Brokerage Account Fees
Our minimum investment thresholds are among the lowest in the industry: $1,000 in voluntary accounts, $250 in IRA accounts or as little as $50 in any account if established with a monthly bank draft of $50 or more. To cover the cost of maintenance and tax reporting required by IRS regulations for retirement plan contributions and distributions, retirement plan accounts (IRAs, 403(b)7s, etc.) are charged an annual custodian fee of $20 per unique Social Security Number. In addition, those accounts would be charged a termination fee of $30 at the point that all account positions are closed under the same Social Security Number.