Sue Stevens of Stevens Wealth Management describes the role of fixed-income, developing-markets exposure, flexible withdrawal rates, and Social Security in today's retirement portfolios.
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Two weeks ago my colleague Sue Stevens gave an overview of tax-sheltered retirement plans for entrepreneurs. In this follow-up piece, I'd like to dig a bit deeper into some of the options available, point you toward institutions that can handle the more complex plans, and discuss investing your ...
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The right answer depends a lot on the retiree's risk capacity as well as risk preferences.
With yields up and inflation tame, is this asset class still a must-own?