Buy and Hold for Baby Boomers in Retirement maybe Gambling

If you are a retiree and use Buy and Hold strategies with your nest egg you may be gambling. If you are relying on this money to live on then you need to manage the risk. I’m talking about Baby Boomers who don’t have much surplus money and will need the bulk of their money […]

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Baby Boomer Angst

Baby Boomer angst over retirement was the subject of a program on CNBC last night. I watched it with interest. Whilst it was full of information, the people who spoke and answered questions really did not help Baby Boomers plan their retirement. Some of the information was darn-right dangerous in my view. Why? Almost everything […]

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Baby Boomers – Free Report on What if You Retired in 2000?

It’s taken some time but I finally finished it. My FREE Report on “What if You Retired in 2000?” is my personal attempt to try and found out how a $1M nest egg would have performed under four different scenarios from 2000 to 2007. It taught me a lot about how money works in retirement. […]

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Baby Boomers – Use Stop Losses to Protect Your Nest Egg

I came across an article on the Motely Fool Web site that advocated against the use of stop losses. There is no doubt that in hindsight using stop losses did affect market returns from 2003 to mid 2007. But we cannot used hind-sight to make investment decisions especially in retirement. You can read the article […]

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Baby Boomers – Buy and Hold vs. Buy and Hope vs. Buy and Fold

Buy and Hold is really Buy and Hope Baby Boomers you’ve got to know when to buy and hold ’em and know when to buy and fold ’em as Kenny Roger’s tells us in his famous song. Most financial advisers will tell you to buy and hold your investments for the long term, as the […]

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