A recent survey of 401(k) participants found that almost 70% believed they would be able to save enough for a financially secure retirement. The problem? Two-thirds of those surveyed believed that returns going forward will be in line with – or higher than – returns in the past, while most analysts expect that returns will be lower – perhaps significantly – than those of the recent past. Given this, the author examines what you can do – and what you shouldn’t do – “to build a nest egg large enough to sustain you throughout retirement if the financial markets deliver significantly lower returns than in the past”. To read more, CLICK HERE.