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Retirement Investing Dilemma Solved

Retirement Investing Dilemma

There’s a terrible problem in retirement investing that concerns how much risk you should take with your retirement funds. It’s a seemingly unsolvable financial conundrum of investing in retirement. Let’s take a closer look. On the one hand, you’d like to put all your retirement funds in the bank and keep it safe and secure in FDIC insured accounts. The issue is you will only […]

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Posted by bobrichards - May 2, 2012 at 2:07 am

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A fixed Term SPIA Makes Great Retirement Financial Sense

A guaranteed revenue may lower your retirement financial pressure and allow you a less-panicked strategy to retirement investing. Without any pension, you may be relying on Social Security as the solely guaranteed retirement income stream. Buying a life annuity may assure that additional revenue and makes excellent retirement financial sense in case your assets are modest and you need the […]

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Posted by bobrichards - December 1, 2011 at 8:46 am

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How to Plan For Retirement When You Haven’t Started

Wouldn’t it be great if you can just place cash in to a savings account every week and that was the extent of your retirement plan? You’d certainly not have to be concerned with whether or not your cash had been invested properly or if the next stock market crash would dash your retirement hopes. Well, the theory is that, […]

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Posted by bobrichards - November 4, 2011 at 6:07 pm

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How to Plan For Retirement When You Haven't Started

Wouldn’t it be great if you can just place cash in to a savings account every week and that was the extent of your retirement plan? You’d certainly not have to be concerned with whether or not your cash had been invested properly or if the next stock market crash would dash your retirement hopes. Well, the theory is that, […]

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Posted by bobrichards - November 4, 2011 at 6:07 pm

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Bond Funds – a Retirement Investing Sucker Deal

Bond funds are a poor investment–for anyone. A bond fund is a collection of bonds but as soon as bonds are placed in a fund, they lose their most attractive characteristics for retirees.  The features that make bonds attractive retirement investments are: 1. A known maturity date. You know exactly how long your funds will be working and what date […]

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Posted by bobrichards - February 2, 2011 at 2:04 pm

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Invest for Retirement- The Right Way

You mess up your own retirement investing While it seems that the economy, interest rates or the stock market has much to do with your retirement financial success, your own actions may account for more of your success or lack thereof, then you care to admit.  Morningstar, the well known mutual fund research firm, estimates that investors sacrifice a lot […]

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Posted by bobrichards - July 22, 2010 at 12:24 pm

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Retirement Investing During Deflation

If a recession becomes severe, dollars may suffer from deflation rather than inflation. This would change the rules you have for retirement investing over the past 30 years. What should retirees consider doing if deflation sets in? We’re familiar with the effects of inflation. Our dollars just don’t buy as much as they used to. Too much ‘easy money’ from […]

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Posted by bobrichards - January 14, 2009 at 10:25 am

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