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.
“Once you’ve won the game, what’s the point of still playing?” asks the author of today’s article. If you amass the amount of money that you believe you need in order to live comfortably for the rest of your life, should you quit the stock market (and avoid the risk of losing money)? While the financial media tend to focus on how many Americans have not saved nearly enough for retirement, many are hitting their target numbers – and the author has some thoughts on how they may want to proceed vis-à-vis stocks. CLICK HERE.