What’s the smart way to allocate money in retirement? Should all of your money be in the stock market? After all, it is climbing nicely, and the experts say there are bullish factors ranging from the end of the pandemic, to a few more multi-trillion dollar stimulus packages on the way. But just because the market shows an uptrend, does that mean a person who’s worked and saved for thirty years should keep all of their life savings with the Wizards of Wall Street? We all know how that story can end. Retirement should be a beginning, NOT an end. Financially speaking, it should be the time when you can finally relax. For most people, the goal is not to see how rich you can get — it’s to see how GOOD you can feel about how your money is invested and in simply living life on your own terms—doing what you want to do, when you want to do it. And, that confidence needs to be based on knowledge and smart planning, not just wishing and hoping. Today, we’ll review just how you go about that. Steve has some advice and numbers to share with you that you don’t want to miss….MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!!!
- What If You Never Had To Worry About Another Market Crash?
- Ready, Set, Retire…OK, So Now What?
- Q. Why does the grumpy TV billionaire hate annuities? A. Because he’s a billionaire.
- Plan Your Retirement Like You Mean It
- Can you still retire on a million dollars? Yes, but it could be time for a change in your investments. Here’s Why.