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Date10/27/2020 2:28:03 PM
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Very simple, isn't it? not necessarily. While this easy-to-remember how-to guide can help remove some of the complexity from retirement planning, it is time to revisit this specific guideline. Over the past few decades, a lot has changed for the American investor. On the other hand, life expectancy here, as in many developed countries, has risen steadily. Compared to just 25 years ago, Americans in 2017 lived nearly three years longer.1 Not only do we have to increase nest eggs, but we also have more time to grow our money and recover from the fall.
Meanwhile, US Treasuries are paying a fraction of what they previously paid. As of March 2020, 10-year Treasuries yield less than 1% annually. In the early 1980s, investors could count on interest rates of over 10%
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For many investment professionals, facts like these mean that the "100 minus your life" axiom puts investors at risk of r
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