4 Stocks for Building Wealth After 50

By: The Motley Fool

I just read that billionaire Warren Buffett made 99% of his current wealth after his 50th birthday.

Imagine! At an age when most Americans give up hope, Buffett was just getting started on the fortune he controls today.

Think of what that wealth could bring. It could mean taking a spur-of-the-moment sailing trip with your son or daughter (after paying for their college in full, of course).

Buffett achieved this incredible feat by continuing to buy stocks despite his older age. Many people think older Americans should sell all of their stocks and buy bonds instead.

In my opinion, those people are dead wrong. That's why I'd like to inform you about an important event you're about to miss.

You see, renowned investor Scott Phillips just released a brand-new report detailing his 4 favourite stocks to buy right now.

And I don't know about you, but I always pay attention when some of the best investors in the world give me a stock tip.

But please note: As of right now, you could miss out because you may not be on the list to receive this special report.

You see, Scott Phillips only releases this exclusive report to new members of his service, Motley Fool Share Advisor.

Lucky for you, it's not too late to join, so I'm going to show you the simple steps to get on the list today.

But first, Scott's track record:

>> If you joined on 23 August, 2012… when Scott announced his recommendation of Corporate Travel Management, and invested? In just a little while, you'd be up 1,344%.

>> Or on 27 September 2012… if you'd invested when Scott recommended Seek, you'd be sitting on 267% gains.

>> Or on 28 February 2013… if you'd taken his advice when Scott tapped NIB shares, you'd now have 256% profits.

Now if you had invested just $1,000 in each of those stocks, you'd be sitting on $18,670 today.

And loyal followers of Scott who invested more did even better – a $5,000 investment in each of those ideas would be worth $93,350 today.

But there's no need for me to cherry-pick returns here. It's as simple as this…

Scott's average pick in Motley Fool Share Advisor is up 99.7%, while the All Ords during the same period is up
just 36%.

That track record is remarkable in a world where most fund managers actually lose to the market.

Now, you can't go back in time and invest in those stocks I mentioned earlier.

But you can join today and hear about Scott's new report on his 4 favourite stocks to buy right now.

If you want to get this list of Scott's top stocks, I highly recommend you join today so you're ready. Enter your email address below to get started.

You'll be glad you did. And if you're worried about having the time to join, I just tested it myself and joining took less than two minutes.

Discover Scott's best ideas today

This is your chance to get in at the very beginning of what could prove to be very special investments.

Scott's report on his top 4 stocks just came out. This is your chance.

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Returns as of 20/08/2018. Tom Richardson owns shares of Seek and Corporate Travel Management. Motley Fool contributor Scott Phillips owns shares of Corporate Travel Management Limited. The Motley Fool Australia owns shares of Corporate Travel Management Limited. This article contains general investment advice only (under AFSL 400691). Authorised by Scott Phillips. For more information about The Motley Fool see our Financial Services Guide. All returns cited are hypothetical and based on the percentage change between the stock price at the time of recommendation and the current or sell price (if the position has been closed) at the time of publication. Brokerage, taxes and any other associated costs are not taken into account. Please remember that investments can go up and down. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future returns. Performance figures are not intended to be a forecast and The Motley Fool does not guarantee the performance of, or returns on any investment. Any money back guarantee is strictly limited to the subscription price paid for the product.