You're Invited to an Informative Seminar
Learn new ways to manage investment risk
In today's volatile market, retirement savers face new challenges. Traditional portfolio diversification may no longer be the answer to growing your savings without the risk of losing it all. Luckily, there are new ways to manage investment risk.
Join us at no cost and no obligation for an informational session that can help you think about your retirement savings plan, and learn answers to questions like:
- What is traditional portfolio diversification?
- How has the investment landscape changed?
- How can you achieve your goals with less risk?
- How can new annuity options help you rethink diversification?
The seminar will be hosted by Ariel Monsivais Jr., CFP®, Abri Advisors Financial Professional
Register Today - Space is limited
Email Ariel Monsivais or call (815) 409-4861 to schedule your Complimentary Financial Review.
Email Ariel or Call (815) 409-4861
This workshop is educational only and is not investment advice. If you need advice regarding your financial goals and investment needs, contact a financial advisor. All guarantees are based on the claims-paying ability of the issuer. MEMBERS Insurance & Investments and MEMBERS are the marketing names for products, services and programs offered by CMFG Life Insurance Company (CMFG Life), MEMBERS Life Insurance Company (MEMBERS Life) and other leading carriers. MEMBERS® is a registered trademark of CMFG Life. CUNA Mutual Group is the marketing name for CUNA Mutual Holding Company, a mutual insurance holding company, its subsidiaries and affiliates. Not NCUA/NCUSIF/FDIC insured, may lose value, no financial institution guarantee. Not a deposit of any financial institution. Asset allocation and diversification do not guarantee a profit or prevent a loss. See your prospectus for details about your investment options and refer to the fund prospectus for information on specific investment objectives. Variable annuities are sold by prospectus only. You can obtain a prospectus by contacting your financial advisor or the insurance company. Read it carefully.