Staying ahead of inflation in retirement
Inflation is a quirky thing. That it has cruised along at a relatively low rate for a number of years now shouldn’t lull us into thinking that couldn’t change. One of the effects of low inflation is a correspondingly lower return on fixed income investments – meaning that allocating your entire retirement portfolio in fixed income assets will generally not protect you from inflation. So, according to this Forbes article by contributor Martin Fridson, your retirement investment portfolio should include not only fixed income assets but also growth investments. As the article explains, it all comes down to the purchasing power of your invested dollars. Click here to read more.
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