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The Fed Shafts Retirees

January 25, 2012
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The Fed just announced its intention to keep interest rates low at least through the end of 2014. This has, and will have, a number of implications for the markets and the economy. Retirees who supplement their income by investing in fixed income investments will be particularly hard […]

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Retirees Just Got a Pay Cut

January 23, 2012
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For years most financial advisers have been recommending that their clients can take 4%/year out of their portfolios. So a retired client with $1mm could supplement other sources of income with $40k/yr out of their investments. Now many advisers are starting to rethink 4% due to […]

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Retirees Just Got a Pay Cut

January 23, 2012
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For years most financial advisers have been recommending that their clients can take 4%/year out of their portfolios. So a retired client with $1mm could supplement other sources of income with $40k/yr out of their investments. Now many advisers are starting to rethink 4% due to […]

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Does Total Freedom Boost Returns

January 9, 2012
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Does Total Freedom Boost Returns? Interesting article in the WSJ this morning about tactical mutual funds. The author correctly points out that they are hard to evaluate because there is no “tactical” category and funds with freedom have completely different methodologies. Readers of my book “How Harvard & Yale […]

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