Today we’re bringing you an article that explains how it may be possible to guarantee retirement income. Here’s a quote, “sales of deferred-income annuities jumped to $2.2 billion in 2013, more than doubling from $1 billion the previous year and up from $200 million in 2011…” To read more, CLICK HERE.
For those of you who are hesitant about purchasing Apple stock because of the price, it may now be cheaper than you think. “Apple is executing a 7-for-1 split. That means every Apple stockholder gets six additional shares for every share they owned as of June 2.” What does that mean for the price? “To adjust for that swing, Apple’s stock price will likely fall from Friday’s closing price of $645.57 to the $90 to $95 range.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Today, we bring you a list of stocks you may not want. They may be doing well but today’s article identifies them as, “several of the headline-grabbing “story stocks” that Merrill Lynch research flags as expensive and extremely popular.” To see which ones they are referring to, CLICK HERE.
When it comes to the stock market, Warren Buffett seems to generally know what he’s talking about. However, today’s article discusses two of his own stocks that are letdowns this year so far. The author of the article says these stocks are, “completely missing out on the market’s rally this year.” To find out what they are, CLICK HERE.
Today, we wanted to bring you a more fun article about retirement. Instead of a, “do you have enough money to retire” or “I went broke during retirement” article we wanted to bring one with a positive vibe. Like where you should live for your retirement! Here’s how the author described their list of locations, “they have all the benefits — great views, walkable downtowns, great food and entertainment and, best of all, easy access to airports and top-notch health care systems.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Picture this, you’re retired, you’ve done your duty of saving up for retirement your whole life but then something terrible happens and you lose everything…now what? Unfortunately it happens but there is hope for getting you back on your feet. You may think being in your 60s it too late to restart your finances but today’s article says it’s possible. To read more, CLICK HERE.