Introducing Nationwide New Heights® fixed indexed annuities featuring the J.P. Morgan MOZAIC℠ Index – an innovative new annuity product that delivers growth potential in a variety of market environments. One of the most attractive features of the New Heights FIAs is that they are not capped, which sets them apart from most traditional indexed annuities. Renowned fixed annuity expert, Richard Kado, said in a recent interview on Safe Money Talk Radio that, “my starting point in terms of the designs that I prefer are uncapped designs.”
The following video delves into the nuts and bolts of the Nationwide New Heights® fixed indexed annuities. As you watch, just remember, that we are only a phone call away at +1 (972) 473-4700
Twenty years ago, individuals preparing for retirement could rely on traditional fixed interest options like U.S. Treasuries and Corporate Bonds to provide reliable growth and income. As you prepare for retirement today you may not be satisfied with current low interest rates and you may be looking for an alternative.
Nationwide New Heights Fixed Index Annuities can help you grow and protect your retirement savings. Nationwide New Heights provides principal protection for the money you’ve worked so hard to earn and a growth opportunity based on the performance of an underlying index, including the J.P. Morgan MOZAIC Index, a new opportunity for growth, designed to provide consistent positive returns in a variety of market environments. With access to 12 global asset classes, the J.P. Morgan MOZAIC Index includes equities and fixed income from the United States, Germany, and Japan, three of the world’s most established markets, and four global commodity asset classes to provide even broader diversification.
These 12 asset classes create the flexibility to adapt to a variety of market conditions. A three-step process rebalances the index each month to generate strong growth opportunities:
From 1999 to 2014 the S&P 500 Price Index has averaged a 3.28% annual return, while the J.P. Morgan MOZAIC Index would have experienced a 5.53% annual return. This equates to a 69% higher return while experiencing 79% less volatility, as shown by the green line steady growth, without any large drops. Looking closer at the year end returns for the J.P. Morgan MOZAIC Index, it would have provided positive returns every year, while the S&P 500 Price Index experienced two bear markets during this 16 year period from 2000 to 2002 and again in 2008. During both bear markets the S&P 500 Price Index suffered severe losses, each of which took years to reach the same level as before the market correction, and the J.P. Morgan MOZAIC Index would have continued to provide positive returns.
Ask your financial professional how Nationwide New Heights and the J.P. Morgan MOZAIC Index can help you face retirement with confidence.