You think you’ve been saving for retirement in the best kind of way making as little mistakes as possible. But are you making little mistakes you didn’t even realize might actually be hurting your retirement. Today, we’re looking at an article that lists five ways you may be ruining your retirement. Here’s a quote, “being too aggressive or not adequately diversified can hurt your retirement funds, while being overly conservative can mean missing out on potential growth.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Today, we’ve brought you an article that explains why you may need to ‘sell, sell, sell.’ Here’s what the author had to say, “most investors seem to feel pretty confident that this market will never go down. But if you’ve studied bear markets, you know how this story will end. Don’t forget: Human nature never changes. ” To read the whole article, CLICK HERE.
Today we’re giving you an article that gives you a profile on the burrito giant, Chipotle. Here’s what the article had to say, “shares of Chipotle Mexican Grill (NYSE:CMG) opened at 588.26 on Thursday. Chipotle Mexican Grill has a 1-year low of $352.27 and a 1-year high of $622.90. The stock’s 50-day moving average is $524.7 and its 200-day moving average is $538.3. The company has a market cap of $18.285 billion and a P/E ratio of 55.19.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Today, we’re bringing you an article that claims they’ve got the best dividend stocks for retirement. Here’s one, “Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, LP (KMP) is the cream of the energy pipeline investment crop. KMP is an exquisitely managed master limited partnership that delivers all manner of energy across tens of thousands of miles of pipelines. Kinder owns and sells natural gas, as well as oil.” To check them all out, CLICK HERE.
Should you stay, or should you go? Lately, that’s been the question on everyone’s mind when it comes to the stock market. Is it better to get out now while everything is going well, or should you wait to see if it can get even better? Today, we’re bringing you an article that discusses exactly that. Here’s a sneak peak at what they had to say, “with interest rates so low and stocks climbing, holding a lot of cash in a portfolio recently has been costly. But value managers view it differently: Cash not only can buffer a portfolio against market corrections, it provides flexibility to buy again after prices have fallen a lot.” To keep reading, CLICK HERE.
Today we’ve got an article that can give you a great discussion on the current economy and what you may want to hold off on. Here’s a quote, “even though the Dow has soared above 17,000 Thursday, and the S&P 500 is already at levels most strategists weren’t expecting until December, market veterans believe domestic equities are still the only game in town.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
We found you an article that discusses everything gold and what you need to know. Here’s what the article had to say about the first and second quarter, “gold prices and GLD didn’t exactly hit the ground running at the beginning of the second quarter. Although the world’s most sought-after metal posted gains of 6.4% in Q1, it was up as much as 14% for the quarter in mid-March; it simply spent the last two weeks of Q1 pulling back.” But CLICK HERE to see what the author has to say about this quarter.
So, you’re in the home stretch and you can see retirement in your near future. What needs to be done in these last couple of years leading up to your retirement? We’re bringing you an article that can guide you to exactly what you need to-do. Here’s one, “Five years before retirement, it helps to begin planning where you’ll want to live in retirement, whether that means staying put, downsizing or relocating.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Maybe you didn’t start saving up for retirement in your 20s, or maybe you didn’t even start in your 40s. And maybe you still haven’t started to save up. Don’t worry! Today’s article brings you a retirement plan for a late starter. Here’s one tip, “Reconsider your portfolio’s risk.” But, “Johanna Fox Turner, a CPA and financial planner in Mayfield, Ky., says late-start retirement savers may need to rethink that strategy. “Don’t automatically dial back your portfolio to the stereotypical 60/40 stock/bond ratio,” she says.” To read more, CLICK HERE.