Who Controls Your Retirement Nest Egg?

Do You Control Your Retirement Nest Egg? Most people I know have no idea what is really happening to their Retirement Nest Egg. They have even less idea of where their money is. It could be investing in things they would never approve of. It could be used by their fund managers to trade and […]

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Protect Your Nest Egg by Staying Informed

Newsletters to Help Protect Your Nest Egg In order to help you protect your nest egg it is vital that Baby Boomer stay informed about what is happening in the financial world and especially where politics and keynesianism interferes with that world. Your retirement plan may fail if you don’t keep up to date with the […]

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Accept Responsibility for Your Nest Egg Losses and Learn from it

The first step in learning how to protect your nest egg in the future is to accept your responsibility for your current losses. The wealth management industry is now saying many investors (baby boomers) are apathetic about their retirement nest egg and take no real interest in it until retirement gets close. They also add […]

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Baby Boomers Nest Egg – Where to from here?

I have been taking a few days out to think about what to do now with the blog. I cannot keep talking about all the doom and gloom. The blog was meant to help inform Baby Boomers of the need to protect their nest eggs and take control of it. Events moved so fast that […]

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Simple Strategy, Tactics and Rules for Managing a Nest Egg in Retirement

I thought it might be a good idea to summarize where I believe I am at with my own strategy for managing my nest egg in retirement. To me the hardest thing to do is to get your head around what you can do to take control and protect your nest egg in retirement. Unless […]

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5 Easy Steps to Manage and Control Your Nest Egg in Retirement

Controlling your Nest Egg in Retirement and avoiding large losses is more important than chasing investment returns when you are in retirement. By developing a written strategy to manage your nest egg in retirement you can go a long way to protecting it. Such a strategy can be independent of any particular investment but applied […]

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