An Ideal Way – And Ideal Time – To Invest In Biotech

2020-07-01 21_32_08-Scientist in Laboratory · Free Stock PhotoIn regards to the biotech sector, the author of today’s article advises that “it makes sense to keep an eye on this general area of the market as it is likely to play an increasingly significant role not just in the fight against Covid-19 but also in the war on cancer, the battle against rare diseases, and increasingly on more common diseases where traditional treatments are running into limitations.” For what he sees as an ideal way to invest in biotech – and his recommendation on when to buy – CLICK HERE.

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2 Cheap Healthcare Stocks With Growth Drivers For A Rebound

2020-05-03 19_49_27-group of doctors walking on hospital hallway photo – Free Human Image on UnsplasToday’s article highlights two cheap healthcare stocks that, while having suffered so far this year, have growth drivers at hand that should set them up for rebounds going forward: “The first of these great deals, a pharmaceutical company, has a blockbuster on the market, a newer drug with growing sales, and possible drug approvals in the coming months. And the second great deal is a diagnostics player with a huge opportunity in cancer screening.” For more, CLICK HERE.

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How To Know When The Market Has Truly Hit Bottom

2020-03-31 11_07_13-WindowWhile analysts at Goldman Sachs believe that the S&P 500 will rise to 3,000 by the end of the year, they also caution that, despite the market having rallied in recent days, more pain lies ahead in the coming weeks and that the market has not hit its coronavirus-induced bottom yet. When can market participants feel confident that the market has indeed hit bottom? The analysts outline three criteria that they believe must be met. CLICK HERE.

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A Different Way For Retired Investors To Beat The Market “Without Fail”

2020-01-12 20_23_32-White Caution Cone on Keyboard · Free Stock PhotoHow can investors – especially retired investors – beat the market without fail? The author of today’s article outlines “a simple step-by-step common sense-based strategy” to do just that, with the following caution: “What I will be presenting may not be what you are expecting, particularly if you have a narrow notion of what beating the market means. In other words, one of my primary objectives will be to expand your mind and attitudes regarding what investment performance is truly all about.” For more, CLICK HERE.

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The 50 States Of Retirement

2020-01-10 22_06_43-Person Holding Magnifying Glass · Free Stock PhotoAmericans could require savings of anywhere from $666,000 to $2 million to retire, according to a recently released analysis. The key factor underlying this wide range? The state in which one chooses to retire, with the $666,000 figure representing the amount potentially needed to retire in Mississippi (the cheapest state to retire in) based on the estimated average annual expenditure of a typical retired person outside of Social Security checks, and the $2 million figure representing the same amount for Hawaii (the most expensive state to retire in). What about the state you plan to retire in? CLICK HERE.

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The SECURE Act Isn’t The Only Major Change To Retirement Saving This Year

2020-01-05 21_23_02-Silver Imac Displaying Line Graph Placed on Desk · Free Stock PhotoThe SECURE Act, which went into effect on January 1st, will change the way workers save for retirement, the way retirees spend down their retirement savings, and the way beneficiaries will receive money from inherited retirement accounts. But the various provisions of the SECURE Act aren’t the only ways that saving for retirement will change this year. As today’s article notes, “Other trends have been in motion over the last few years” – and the author outlines three trends that will impact how Americans save for retirement this year and beyond. For more, CLICK HERE.

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3 Paths From $100,000 To $1 Million In Retirement Savings

2019-12-30 09_44_00-White All We Have Is Now Neon Signage on Black Surface · Free Stock PhotoWhile some argue it’s not enough – and others argue it’s needlessly high – the figure of $1 million is frequently cited as the amount to strive for when it comes to retirement savings. And with the average 401(k) and IRA accounts having balances of around $100,000, today’s article lays out scenarios to get from this starting point to $1 million in retirement savings, whether you have 30 years, 20 years, or just 10 years until retirement. For more, CLICK HERE.

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SRI & ESG Investing: An “Existential” Question For Retirees

2019-11-15 21_20_35-Person's Left Hand Holding Green Leaf Plant · Free Stock PhotoSocially Responsible Investing (SRI) and Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance (ESG) have been gaining popularity as investment approaches, but are ESG/SRI funds good for retirees and soon-to-be-retirees? The author of today’s article believes that “The ensuing debate over SRI and ESG investing is potentially an existential one for retirees and soon-to-be retirees”, given the question as to whether these approaches lead to diminished – or superior – returns. What does the research have to say about the suitability of ESG/SRI funds for retirees? CLICK HERE.

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How Many Market Crashes To Expect During Retirement – And Why The Government Is Helpless To Prevent Them

2019-11-04 08_54_27-White House, Washington DC photo – Free Building Image on UnsplashWhat are the odds that the stock market will crash at some point (or multiple points) during the course of your retirement? Researchers have actually developed a formula for making this determination – and based on that formula, the author of today’s article warns that “the odds of a huge crash are…high enough that you should expect at least one, and perhaps more, during your retirement.” For more – including the number of smaller crashes the formula indicates one should expect over the course of a 30-year retirement and why, despite what many believe, government regulations and safeguards are unlikely to prevent future crashes – CLICK HERE.

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