A Portfolio For Aggressive Retirement Savers

2018-01-28 06_52_41-Free stock photo of belt, cash, credit cardToday’s article outlines a mutual fund portfolio for aggressive retirement savers – i.e. investors who are still many years away from retirement (or who are closer to retirement but already have their in-retirement income needs covered). As the author notes, these individuals can “reasonably hold more in potentially more volatile subasset classes, such as small-cap stocks and foreign stocks and bonds… With less concern for short-term portfolio gyrations, they can benefit from the extra diversification and potentially higher returns that these subasset classes can provide.” For more on the Aggressive Retirement Saver portfolio, CLICK HERE.

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Can Small-Cap Stocks “Turbocharge” Your Retirement Savings Without Greater Risk?

2017-05-21 19_19_35-Brown Leather Wallet Using Blue Steel Clap · Free Stock PhotoFor diligent retirement savers, the author of today’s article doesn’t see investing in large-cap stocks – with their maturity and predictable cash flows – as being a bad plan. However, for the large segment of Americans who are either behind on saving for retirement (or have no retirement savings at all), he points to small-cap stocks as being “the best way to turbocharge their savings.” But doesn’t the greater risk associated with small-cap stocks outweigh the potential for slightly better returns? The author shows how this is not necessarily the case. To read more, CLICK HERE.

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