To safely and quickly build a million-dollar retirement account, even if you’re currently underfunded and running out of time, you must take advantage of a little-known sector of Wall Street to increase dividend payments by as much as 30%… safely generate annual gains of 17% a year, even if this bull market finally comes to a grinding halt… and potentially TRIPLE your retirement account every seven years.

Sounds easy, right?!

Yeah, not so much. However, today, and over the next several weeks, I’ll show you that it’s much easier than you might think.

Let’s start with the last point…

What could tripling your money every seven years mean to you?

Here’s just one example…

If you’re currently 50 years old and you’ve only managed to put away $50,000 so far… you could still end up retiring with as much as $1.35 million by the time you’re 71!

This is what your account could look like each year along the way…

After just one year at 17%, your gains could be $8,500, bringing your account to $58,500…

After seven years, you could already be looking at THREE times your money!

Ten years after you start the Million-Dollar Retirement Catch Up, you’re already a quarter of the way there…

And that’s when the gains from this strategy really accelerate… tripling your money again by age 64 to over $450,000…

Then rapidly growing at a rate of more than $100,000 per year by the time you hit full retirement…

Until you cross the $1,000,000 mark by the time you’re ready to ride off into the sunset.

Now let me clear about one thing…

No matter how old you are and no matter how much you currently have in your portfolio, it is absolutely possible to TRIPLE your retirement savings every seven years.

A 35-year-old with just $25,000 could hit $1.2 million by age 60.

A 45-year-old with $100,000 could hit $2.3 million by age 65.

And even a 55-year-old with any amount could triple their nest egg by age 62.

Like I said, over the next several weeks, I’m going to reveal to you the strategy you need to make this happen.

Stay tuned.

Charles Sizemore

Charles Sizemore
Charles Sizemore is the editor of Peak Income, a monthly newsletter focusing on income and retirement strategies.