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25
Jul

The Retirement Researcher Philosophy of Retirement Income Planning, Part 2

The Retirement Researcher Philosophy of Retirement Income Planning, Part 2 Part two in our series laying out the essential building blocks of the Retirement Researcher retirement income planning philosophy. The post The Retirement Researcher Philosophy of Retirement Income Planning, Part 2 appeared first on Retirement Researcher. Source: Retirement Researcher The Retirement Researcher Philosophy of Retirement Income Planning, Part 2

21
Jul

3 Simple Ways to Save for Retirement

3 Simple Ways to Save for Retirement Summer is here, and the future is brighter than ever. If you are busy planning, saving and budgeting for a summer vacation, use these tips to make the most out of your summer and get your retirement savings on track. 1. Spend less and save more. With this warmer weather, nothing sounds better

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21
Jul

Devising a Summer Savings Plan

Devising a Summer Savings Plan Summer is here and that calls for some down time relaxing with family and friends. Whether you plan on spending your summer days in the sun or binge-watching your favorite television series, developing a summer savings plan will help you enjoy your days now, and stay on track with your retirement plan to make sure

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20
Jul

A Boring Market is a Happy Market, so Why Can’t People Leave Their Portfolios Alone?

A Boring Market is a Happy Market, so Why Can’t People Leave Their Portfolios Alone? People use a lot of adjectives to describe the market, but we’re excited to say we are currently experiencing what we would call a “boring market.” The post A Boring Market is a Happy Market, so Why Can’t People Leave Their Portfolios Alone? appeared first

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20
Jul

2017 – Q2 Quarterly Market Review

2017 – Q2 Quarterly Market Review 2017 – Q2 Quarterly Market Review The post 2017 – Q2 Quarterly Market Review appeared first on Retirement Researcher. Source: Retirement Researcher 2017 – Q2 Quarterly Market Review

18
Jul

The Retirement Researcher Philosophy of Retirement Income Planning, Part 1

The Retirement Researcher Philosophy of Retirement Income Planning, Part 1 Wade Pfau lays out the essential building blocks of the Retirement Researcher retirement income planning philosophy. The post The Retirement Researcher Philosophy of Retirement Income Planning, Part 1 appeared first on Retirement Researcher. Source: Retirement Researcher The Retirement Researcher Philosophy of Retirement Income Planning, Part 1

18
Jul

Real World Solutions: The RIO Questionnaire and RIO Map™ Construction

Real World Solutions: The RIO Questionnaire and RIO Map™ Construction The RIO Questionnaire and Map were built to help you take stock of where you are and build a framework you can rely on for retirement. The post Real World Solutions: The RIO Questionnaire and RIO Map™ Construction appeared first on Retirement Researcher. Source: Retirement Researcher Real World Solutions: The

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14
Jul

What Does Your Funded Ratio Score Mean?

What Does Your Funded Ratio Score Mean? We are really fond of the Funded Ratio because it allows us to provide a numerical picture of your retirement income plan. In our retirement income optimization process, you are able to create a framework by providing your preferences for your financial objectives and the subsequent ways you want to fund them with

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14
Jul

Review: It’s time for Wall Street to dump the Dow

Review: It’s time for Wall Street to dump the Dow This is an article after my own heart. The Dow doesn’t work. The Dow Jones Industrial Average may be a mainstay of the evening news, but it’s about as useful as CD sales. Sure, knowing how many CDs Bruno Mars sold this week is useful, but the market has moved

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14
Jul

Review: Bitcoin the new gold? Yes, says one Wall Street strategist who sees a 21-fold surge

Review: Bitcoin the new gold? Yes, says one Wall Street strategist who sees a 21-fold surge There’s been a lot of talk about Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies lately. I’m not sure why that is, but I do agree with the headline of this article. Bitcoin does seem gold-like. However, I have a feeling this means something very different to me

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