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Sequence Of Returns Risk And How It Can Delay Your Retirement

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Sequence Of Returns Risk And How It Can Delay Your Retirement

When it comes to retirement planning, we’re taught to plan for the long term. Over many years, the markets should perform well and on average deliver a stable rate of return. However, there are risks that can quickly derail your chances of having enough saved for retirement.

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Generating Retirement Income With Real Estate Rentals

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Generating Retirement Income With Real Estate Rentals

Comparing Rental Properties And REITs With interest rates low and uncertainty surrounding the stock market, retirees are turning to real estate to generate income. It’s estimated that one in ten retirees supplement their income with rental properties. REITs are also an attractive option for investing in real estate.  In this article, we’ll break down the […]

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How To Live Off Dividend Income In Retirement

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How To Live Off Dividend Income In Retirement

A dividend income strategy can provide you with a fairly predictable monthly income stream. The dividends are the result of investments in a mix of stocks of stable companies. There are many benefits to the dividend income strategy including it can be tailored to your meet your need-expenses in retirement.

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Retirement Income: Benefits Of A Bond Ladder

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Retirement Income: Benefits Of A Bond Ladder

This article details the pros and cons of building retirement income with a bond ladder. I co-authored this post as part of a retirement income series with Bradley Clark, Certified Financial Planner of Clark Asset Management, LLC. A Bond Ladder Matches Income To Your Financial Needs. When planning your retirement, determining how much money you need […]

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How Inflation Can Hurt Your Retirement Income

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How Inflation Can Hurt Your Retirement Income

Inflation erodes the rate of return on your retirement portfolio over time. Some investments are affected more so than others by rising prices. However there are solutions available to help you win the fight against inflation.

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Writing Services Offered

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Writing Services Offered

My writing services include articles, blog posts, newsletters, Powerpoints, and market analysis. Let me help you with improving your brand awareness.

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Reasons To Be Bullish Bank Stocks In 2018

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Reasons To Be Bullish Bank Stocks In 2018

In this analysis, we review the economic and financial backdrop that supports bank stocks in 2018. Originally published on SeekingAlpha.com. Please click on the image or the title link: Don’t forget to sign up for email alerts to have my free articles emailed to you.  (see sidebar) Reasons To Be Bullish Bank Stocks In 2018 […]

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Creating Images From Excel Tables

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Creating Images From Excel Tables

If you need to create an image from a table or set of data in Excel, here’s a quick way of getting around printing the whole file in preview which can often be cumbersome and slow your computer. In Excel, highlight the cells of the table you want as an image.   Click File; Select Print […]

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The Treasury Yield Values That Could Push Bank Of America To $35

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The Treasury Yield Values That Could Push Bank Of America To $35

With the recent fall in yields, banks have retraced somewhat in the short-term. Historically, yields have translated to higher bank stock prices against a backdrop of solid economic growth. In this article, we’ll show where yields have typically traded as compared to Bank of America’s stock price and that the long-term prospects look good. For […]

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Bank Of America: Why You Can Bank On $29

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Bank Of America: Why You Can Bank On $29

Bank of America has rallied in September, and bullish momentum is building in the stock. The long-term charts show that BofA might be following a similar trading pattern that played out in Q4 of last year. By analyzing the long-term charts, we can get a better sense of the trend and whether there’s sustaining momentum […]

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Wells Fargo: CEO Fires Warning Shots

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Wells Fargo: CEO Fires Warning Shots

The Wells Fargo sales scandal lingers on and is likely to be a drag on the stock price in the coming months. CEO, Tim Sloan warned of three areas that might impact Q3 earnings. The stock price has been helped by a hawkish Fed, but whether that’ll continue to prop up the stock is yet […]

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JPMorgan: What’s Driving Revenue

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JPMorgan: What’s Driving Revenue

It’s no secret that JPMorgan beat estimates for Q3. In this analysis, we’ll delve into a division for the bank that is helping to drive revenue and will likely be a key factor in the coming quarters. The Consumer Banking division at JPMorgan is putting up great numbers and is helping to diversify the bank’s […]

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