Retirement Investing investor briefing

Financial Freedom Magazine

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Investing for retirement is one thing, but what about investing after retirement, when you no longer have a steady paycheck or a company-supported 401(k) or IRA? That can be a bit scary if you don’t have a plan. Fortunately, the “plan” doesn’t have to be complicated. Really, there are two strategies that can help alleviate…
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Real estate investment trusts, or REITs, are special purpose entities with special tax status, that own real estate and pass along most of the income from that real estate (rents or mortgage payments) to shareholders. They can own any type of real estate, and many specialize in one type, like apartment buildings, malls, office buildings,…
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Market corrections occur when the broad market (S&P 500, Nasdaq and the Dow Jones Industrial) declines at least 10%. In a correction, many stocks will decline even more than that, especially stocks that were overvalued or extremely popular prior to the correction. But not everything goes down during corrections! Some safe haven investments become more…

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