For Time's Sake

The idea of working less than 40 hours a week and still managing to live comfortably seems absurd to me in today’s America.

So, when I learnrned that our very own Lance Gaitan has a “Two Hour Work Year” strategy, I was… how do I put this… dubious, to say the least.

On average, my cousin works about 54 to 56 hours each week when college classes are in session.

A friend of mine recently picked up a second job just to make ends meet. By Sundays, she’s worked close to 60 hours that week, if not more.

Another friend typically doesn’t have a single day off unless she requests it. Between working at a hospital during the week and bartending on weekends, she just doesn’t have time to sit back and relax. It’s something we talk about often when she calls; how tired she is, and how she feels that she just can’t get ahead.

As for me, on several occasions I to have worked two or three jobs at a time just to cover my overheads, and to be able to try and stash some of the extra money away (which seldom happened). I’ve tended bar, served, bussed tables, freelanced in the labor industry, freelanced for writing, worked as a stockroom manager, run a snowball stand, etc., etc., etc.

Only recently have I allowed myself the leisure of down time, and even now, faced with yet another move into a new apartment and all that ensues with that endeavor, I still don’t feel comfortable with that decision.

This is just how it is nowadays for my generation.

With a massive amount of debt and mostly stagnant wage increases, more often than not people are relying on second jobs to help them make ends meet.

But Lance has found a way to make consistent and safe gains over time to help supplement income. And once I’d studied his research and understood how his strategy works, all the disbelief melted away.

Besides, even if you’re comfortable in life as a Millennial, a Boomer, or otherwise, a little extra money on the side never hurt, right?

With the Two-Hour Work Year, you could earnrn as much as a low-paying second job, but without all the, well, hard work.

As a Network Member, you’re already subscribed to Treasury Profits Accelerator, which is the strategy that allows you the benefits of a two-hour work year. So be sure to watch out for Lances weekly updates and trade recommendations.

Now, here’s what you may have missed this week:

Did You Agree to This Tax? [Video]

By Dave Okenquist, Senior Research Analyst, Host of Economy & Markets TV

Dow 30,000 or 6,000?

By Harry Dent, Founder, Dent Research

Why This China-U.S. Trade War Could Last 20 Years

By Harry Dent, Founder, Dent Research

Trump, Treasurys, and You

By Lance Gaitan, Editor, Treasury Profits Accelerator

The Hardest Part of Forecasting

By Harry Dent, Founder, Dent Research

That’s it for me.

Take care, take care.