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The LEAP System I am referring to is not long term stock options.
LEAP(Lifetime Economic Acceleration Process) appears to be a relatively new financial planning strategy which looks closely at opportunity costs. It seeks to minimize the "lost" opportunity costs in investments, insurance, etc. For instance, it argues that term insurance in many instances would not be the most cost effective due to the lost opp. costs projected into the future.
The LEAP System is administered by authorized agents, almost like a franchise.

Just wondering if anyone had run across this new approach.

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