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Piecing together your retirement puzzle
When meeting with pre-retirees as well as current retirees, one of the most common areas of concern, apprehension, and (at times) outright fear, is whether they will run out of money during retirement.
Investing enters new world order
Based on our experience over the years, we believe the rules of investing and planning for retirement that one can feel confident in have changed forever.
Establish realistic retirement income
Whether you're in or near retirement, keeping a watchful eye on your spending can be pivotal in determining whether your funds will last at least as long as you do.
Finances: Discover exchange-traded funds
Understand exchange-traded funds and why you may want one.
Mutual funds: Seeing is not believing
Getting in and out of a mutual fund at the wrong time is generally accounted for by the psychology behind an investor's behavior.
Planning for retirement requires balancing savings, lifestyle
It is extremely important to get a sense of confidence in your planning, because it not only affects your future, but has an impact on your life right now.
Determine what options are best for you: private accounts or pooled accounts?
Ultimately, both individually managed accounts and mutual funds have their proper place among today's investment alternatives.
Develop a sound investment strategy for retirement goals
Managers can beat their benchmark in one of two ways: they can take on more or less risk than the benchmark (beta), or they can simply pick stocks in good sectors (alpha).
Alternative investment strategies can offer significant ROI
Most people do not have to be reminded of how it feels to witness their investment portfolios declining by up to 30% in 2000 and 2001. Knowing that you are not alone does little to remedy the feelings of loss.
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