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September 22, 2011
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Lessons that Build a Better Tomorrow

I'm Steve Beaman, the father of six children and a successful businessperson best known for selling my company to Charles Schwab. As I entered the second half of my life, it became apparent to me that there was much more to my life than just simply going back to try and climb more mountains on Wall Street. Rather, my life became dedicated to helping my six children through the significant trials that they faced, and sharing my knowledge and experience with as many people as I possibly can in the hopes that I can help them live a better life. As a result, I created The Steve Beaman Group and The Path to Prosperity financial curriculum.

In regards to financial information, did you know, that in a recent poll, 80% of American's did not understand the difference between a stock broker & an investment advisor?  My own experience tells me that the vast majority of people don't know that the Federal Reserve, our nation's central bank, is a private corporation!  This lack of financial literacy on the part of people is the single biggest problem in America today according to Ben Bernanke, Chairman of the Federal Reserve.  With the
Path to Prosperity course, you can easily add financial literacy to your homeschool curriculum!

I'm sure you realize, America is the wealthiest country in the history of the world.  We have more things, more access to capital, more access to markets, more access to information than ever before on planet earth!  Why then, is it that the most recent data shows that 90% of Americans are concerned that they don't have enough money for retirement?  And more importantly, why is it that they're right, and they should be concerned?  The fact is, American's have an average of $150,000 saved toward retirement when in fact, they need an average of more like $450,000 to sustain their standard of living, and that's a modest living.  So again, I suggest you teach financial literacy to your children and offer a course, the public schools don't!

Becoming a millionaire is not as difficult as people think. It is a real possibility for many people, especially if they start in their early 20's.  What do people need to know? Do they need to study text books and read books in Operations Research and understand fancy statistics?  No, not really!  They need to find information on things like: how to pick an advisor, what is the one magic bullet in finance, how do you use insurance for your own interest, and how do you understand and process the messages of Madison Avenue, Wall Street & Washington.

The difference between Wall Street and Main Street is that the people who enjoy such fabulously successful careers on Wall Street have specialized knowledge, and I've set my life's goal to provide that knowledge to everyone who will listen.

Path to Prosperity does just that. Path to Prosperity provides 25 important lessons in finance & economics and comes with a full 100% money-back guarantee. I believe in this curriculum so much that I'm going to send you the full package with the first disk separately. If you listen to the first disk and don't like what you hear, just send the whole thing back to me and I'll refund all of your money. There's no risk to you, and this information might change your children's lives. And for you as parents, these lessons include information on investing and planning for college and retirement; information to help you secure a better financial future too!

Thank you for considering Path to Prosperity. I do believe it will improve your life, and that of your children.

Steve Beaman


Path to Prosperity



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