Retirees' 2009 Survival Guide

Benz, Christine
April 2009
Morningstar Practical Finance;Apr2009, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p10
Trade Publication
The article offers tips on for retirees and retired investors in the U.S. It states that being not so conservative is important because the portfolio will be stocked from its growth prospect and will not last throughout the retirement years of the individual. It also mentions that properly sequencing of withdrawals is essential to improve the chances of portfolio to last throughout the retirement.


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