Sounds ominous, doesn’t it. And if you’ve read the last book of the Bible, called the Book of Revelation or the Apocalypse
In this article I want to talk about investment mindsets. Specifically the importance of moving away from a “Growth” only mindset to an “Income” mindset with your investments in retirement. Ask yourself the question, “Am I Investing for Growth or Income?”
I recently read a Bloomberg article called “Mom and Pop Sit Out Rally, With Stock Exposure at Six-Year Low.”
For most people, it is not hard to come up with ideas for New Year’s resolutions—things like starting an exercise program, eating healthier, reading more books, or getting more sleep. The key is knowing HOW to make those things happen.
Knowing whether or not to accepts a company buyout is tough. There are so many variables to take into consideration, with the biggest being if you take the buyout, can you stay retired without the fear of ever running out of money?
When I am trying to find a good topic on which to write, I tend to gravitate to things like “lessons learned” or “lessons I wish I learned” or “lessons people should learn.”
I play tennis and have for many years. I also have a very competitive nature and really hate to lose, especially when I believe I “gave” a match away; that I made too many mistakes.
Since much of the country has recently spent a lot of time watching the Weather Channel and getting a refresher on how hurricanes work, it’s the perfect opportunity to see what we can learn about retirement planning from a discussion about hurricanes…
Most of us know it is smart to save money for those big-ticket items we really want to buy, a new TV, a car, how about a house? You may not realize that probably the most expensive thing you’ll ever buy in your lifetime is your retirement.
You’ve probably heard of the Robin Hood story. He’s the one who takes from the rich and gives to the poor. That sounds great unless you are the one he is taking from!