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There was one value strategy that wasn’t a disaster in 2019, and it now likes commodity producers over techs.
From understanding your risk tolerance to maintaining emotional control, achieving your retirement goals takes a much different investing approach than regular stock trading.
Accomplishing the financial cushion to retire early is a fantasy for most, but bringing that fantasy to reality is not as difficult as it sounds. If you are willing to make some serious lifestyle adjustments, it can be achievable.
The traditional approaches to retirement planning are longer covering all expenses in nest egg years. So what can retirees do? Thankfully, there are alternative investments that provide steady, higher-rate income streams to replace dwindling bond yields.
Last fall, the Social Security Administration—overseen by its chief trustee, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin—said benefits for nearly 69 million Americans would increase 1.6% in 2020. The figure, tied to the inflation rate, meant that the average recipient would get $24 more each month, or about $1,503 annually. This figure comes from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (part of the Labor Department), which publishes what’s called the “Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers” (CPI-W) on a monthly basis.
Like the majority of investors, you're most likely working on a retirement portfolio that will provide a large enough nest egg to give you a comfortable retirement. Make sure you know all about what financial planners call the accumulation and distribution phases of retirement planning.
Pharmaceutical executives at the J.P. Morgan Healthcare conference say the industry can fixed pricing problems on its own.
Despite all the positivity, investors should think about adding a few large-cap stocks that pay a solid dividend to help anchor their portfolios in 2020...
AbbVie (ABBV) is a top pick from the healthcare sector; the stock has a 5.3% dividend yield, a low valuation, and a compelling future growth outlook thanks to a massive acquisition, suggests Ben Reynolds, editor of Sure Retirement Newsletter.
Achieving your retirement goals takes a much different investing approach than regular stock trading, from smartly managing risk to keeping emotions in check.