7 Steps to Protect Your Baby Boomer Pension

A Baby Boomer Pension may not be there for many baby boomers when they need it for a variety of reasons, including the obvious of not saving for their retirement. But there are many other issues that may result in the pension not being there or not lasting as long as you do. Baby Boomer […]

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Investing All Your Money in Mutual Funds Once is a Mistake, Twice is Stupid, But Three Times….

And I’m just talking about investing since the year 2000! Like all investments, if the public are all doing the same thing, it is not an investment. It is more like a ponzi scheme. But since 2000 many of you have invested your nest egg in mutual funds yourself or through your employer only to […]

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Financial Literacy Will Never Protect Your Retirement Nest Egg

April is the official month for National Financial Literacy. And today I found a web site dedicated to provided advice to help with your financial well-being. But financial literacy will not and never will protect your nest egg. I don’t care how many financial literacy courses you take the financial wizards will find some way […]

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Happy Birthday Protect Your Nest Egg Blog – One Year Old

Tomorrow is the 1st April and it is the First Birthday of this Blog. Happy Birthday to my Blog! I have written 256 Posts for my blog since I started it one year ago. I have about 1,200 visitors a month come to my site. Many of those are subscribers. That’s not a lot. Maybe […]

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Baby Boomers realise they need to take control of their Nest Egg

Thank you to all those people, baby boomers and others who have purchased my eBook this week. Taking any action to get informed about your nest egg and learn about what you can do to protect it is a good thing. At last the newspapers actually have articles talking about the danger this bear market […]

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10 Point Reality Check on Long Term Nest Egg Survival for Baby Boomers

Here are a few points I jotted down that Baby Boomers need to consider to ensure the Long Term Survival of their nest egg. They need to put plans in place to deal with the unexpected by limiting losses and minimizing fees, at the very least. 1. Australian Funds Returns from Balance Funds average 6.9% […]

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Baby Boomers Should Filter Out Much of the Fund Management Advice

As I read more and more about the poor returns from the funds I also see more and more financial gurus rationalizing the losses on the funds and advising intelligent investors to hold on. Baby Boomers need to filter out some of these messages as they don’t apply to you. It runs something like this. […]

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Protecting Your Nest Egg in Retirement Restated

From some of the emails and comments I have been getting it is plain to me I need to redefine what my blog is about. This blog is all about how to protect your retirement nest egg if you have one when you are close to or actually in retirement. Rule #1 is avoid large […]

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