There’s no way around it – market volatility can be scary, especially if you are nearing retirement or have other major expenses on the horizon. The following are tips to help you weather the storm as a long-term investor.
Recent market volatility surrounding discussions on inflation and increasing interest rates has a lot of people spooked. Learn what actions might be appropriate.
While investors who are decades away from retirement have plenty of time to recover from a market correction, those nearing or currently living in retirement don’t have the luxury of time on their side.
For those of us looking to outpace the twin threats of inflation and taxes and see our money grow over the long haul, there’s no prudent alternative to stocks for the great bulk of our investment portfolios.
In today’s inflationary environment, the cost of everything from gas to groceries to cars is rising, and the cost of healthcare is no exception. Healthcare is one of the biggest expenses most people face in retirement.