Posts Tagged ‘portfolio’

Why Sequence of Returns Risk Matters Now

The stock market initially posted a major drop at the beginning of the U.S. coronavirus outbreak. Since then, it has gained back some ground, but there continues to be daily volatility with no end in sight. That initial shock affected a lot of people. In fact, the Spectrem Group reported that the number of U.S.…

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Investing for Income

Investing for income is generally the modus operandi of a retirement portfolio. That’s because the so-called “accumulation phase” ends and the “distribution phase” begins. In other words, retirees stop focusing on getting rich and become more concerned with paying their bills and living a comfortable lifestyle. Income investing is different from growth investing but should…

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Diversification Key to Disciplined Investing

Remember the story of Chicken Little? (Or Chicken Licken or Henny Penny, depending on where you live.) An acorn drops on his head, leading Chicken Little to believe the sky is falling. He proceeds to whip everyone around him into a frenzy, and they march off to tell the king about the falling sky. The…

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Funds with High Active Share Could Outperform

During Periods of Heightened Market Volatility In early 2018, the New York Attorney General reached an agreement with 13 major fund firms, requiring them to share how much their funds are actively managed.[i]  The information – called active share – can help investors stay informed as to how much active management they’re receiving compared to…

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