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Category Archives for Retirement Income

Investing for Retirement Income Part 3:

Total-Return Investing for Solid Construction As we’ve discussed in the first two parts of this three-part series, we do not recommend turning to dividend-yielding stocks or high-yield (“junk”) bonds to buttress your retirement income, even in low-yield environments. So what do we recommend? Today we’ll answer that question by describing total-return investing. Part III: Total-Return […]

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Retirement Income and the Maginot Line

As you transition from saving for retirement to taking retirement income most people recognize they need to modify their balance sheet (see Winchester Mystery House) and their investment strategy. Today’s retiree faces a more challenging task of meeting longer time horizons, increasing health care costs, and less predictable retirement income. With a blitzkrieg of new challenges, addressing risk through a tolerance questionnaire and by simply adjusting your equity weighting accordingly could become your Maginot Line.

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