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5 Stocks for Trying To Build Wealth After 50

An exuberant, smiling retired man sitting on a rock on a pebble beach, with his arms flung wide open.

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

Imagine! At an age when some people give up hope of making real money, 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 holiday with your son or daughter (after paying for their university in full, of course).

Buffett achieved this incredible feat by continuing to buy shares despite his older age.

Many people think older investors should sell all of their stocks…

At The Motley Fool, we think those people are dead wrong…

And to prove it, we have some important information to share with you today.

You see, Motley Fool UK Chief Investment Advisor Mark Rogers has just released a brand-new report detailing 5 of his team’s favourite shares to buy right now.

This report is called “5 Stocks for Trying To Build Wealth After 50”.

And because we are convinced that it’s never too late to start trying to build your fortune in the stock market…

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This free report is brought to you by the investing team behind Motley Fool Share Advisor, the market-beating1 share-tipping service from Motley Fool UK.

Motley Fool Share Advisor has been helping thousands of UK investors find great stocks since 2012.

Stocks like:

  • Micro Focus up +607.3% since its original recommendation.2
  • Homeserve up +574.7% since its original recommendation.3
  • Britvic +291.2% its original recommendation.4

Of course, these are some of our most successful tips, selected to illustrate the potential profits, and are not intended to be representative… not all of our picks have progressed quite so handsomely. Some have fallen in value.

But here’s the bottom line:

Since launching, Motley Fool Share Advisor’s AVERAGE stock pick has returned 35.1%, outperforming the broader market by a stunning 11.3 percentage points.1

And that’s why I know you’ll want grab a copy of “5 Shares To Retire On” while it’s still available for FREE.

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  1. Motley Fool Share Advisor has delivered an overall return of 35.1%. The S&P UK Broad Market index has delivered an overall return of 23.8%. Returns are calculated using a time-weighted rate of return (TWRR) methodology that includes dividends reinvested and excludes trading costs. The S&P UK Broad Market returns include dividends reinvested. Returns are measured from the date of each recommendation to the close of trading on 28/06/2019. 2 recommendations per month have been made since 27/02/2012.
  2. Motley Fool Share Advisor first recommended shares of Micro Focus plc (LSE:MCRO) on 23/04/2012. As of the close of trading on 28/06/2019 the shares had gained 607.3%. The return is calculated using a time-weighted rate of return (TTWR) methodology that includes dividends reinvested and excludes trading costs.
  3. Motley Fool Share Advisor first recommended shares of HomeServe plc (LSE:HSV) on 28/08/2012. As of the close of trading on 28/06/2019 the shares had gained 574.7%. The return is calculated using a time-weighted rate of return (TTWR) methodology that includes dividends reinvested and excludes trading costs.
  4. Motley Fool Share Advisor first recommended shares of Britvic plc (LSE:BVIC) on 23/07/2012. As of the close of trading on 28/06/2019 the shares had gained 291.2%. The return is calculated using a time-weighted rate of return (TTWR) methodology that includes dividends reinvested and excludes trading costs.