A “Highly Speculative High Risk High Reward Play” – And Other Potential Buying Opportunities Right Now

2020-03-30 07_58_47-Space Grey Ipad Air With Graph on Brown Wooden Table · Free Stock PhotoWith the current level of market volatility due to the COVID-19 outbreak, a top-performing portfolio manager is advising against making any big bets right now, stating that “Often these types of viral outbreaks are transitory in nature and affect the markets only temporarily. Yet, this one is quite unique causing issues with both demand and supply.” Still, he does see a few potential buying opportunities amid the market mayhem – including a “highly speculative high risk high reward play”. For more, CLICK HERE.

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Newsletters: The Retiree’s “Low-Cost Friend”

2020-03-14 17_27_13-silhouette of two person sitting during golden hour photo – Free People Image onFor retirees who want to avoid the sting of high adviser fees, investment newsletters can be one of their best – and low-cost – friends. As today’s article explains, “There are a handful of low-cost newsletters available with decades-long track records that provide independent advice. They are not produced by the fund companies they cover. And they offer guidance through monthly digital and print publications, model portfolios, weekly hotlines and website access, all at a small fraction of the cost of investment fees charged by financial advisers or portfolio managers.” For more – including who the newsletter approach works best for and the best way to pick one – CLICK HERE.

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The “Cornerstone Of Retirement Planning” (That Most Americans Don’t Understand)

2019-10-25 22_38_34-Flag of America photo – Free Flag Image on UnsplashIt’s “the cornerstone of retirement planning” – yet in a recent study, 92% of the American adults surveyed either demonstrated a lack of understanding of it or couldn’t even define what it was! What is this retirement-planning cornerstone? Fixed-income investing – and one portfolio manager cited in today’s article warns that “The lack of knowledge about fixed-income investing is a problem because it means many Americans are likely missing out on two of its big benefits”. For more, CLICK HERE.

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