The expectation in some circles is that emerging markets will be the only category of equities that will generate a significant return above inflation over the next 7 to 10 years. Given this, retirees may be tempted to allocate a sizable chunk of their portfolio to emerging market equities. Today’s article, however, outlines why retirees may be well-served to reconsider such a move, cautioning that “there are more ways to lose money and make substantial errors investing in emerging markets than there are in developed markets.” For more, CLICK HERE.
What’s more important (and therefore which should you be focusing on more): saving or investing? The answer, according to the author of today’s article, is that it depends. Specifically, the author outlines how the answer to this question depends on where you are in your investment life cycle. What simple calculation does the author suggest for determining whether you should be focusing on saving or investing right now? CLICK HERE.
“Whether you plan to travel the world, run marathons, serve your community or spend more time with family, retirement will bring radical changes in the ways you spend your time. And whenever life changes, so do the risks you face — which means retirement is a good time to look closely at your insurance coverage.” Today’s article outlines a number of considerations for the new or soon-to-be retiree in the realms of car, homeowner, life and health/long-term care insurance. How can retirees potentially save money in these areas? What additional coverages in these areas might retirees want to consider? CLICK HERE to read more.