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While it's certainly possible to rack up some impressive gains by investing in emerging markets, you'll have to hold on through some gut-wrenching setbacks. Here's a strategy that will get you through.
Squeezing more retirement income from limited resources always carries some risk. Here are some ways to get more from your assets without jeopardizing your financial security.
If you're paying big fees to use a financial adviser that emphasizes personal service but you rarely meet with him, then it might be time to walk away. Here are three options.
A 46-year old reader wants to know if there's any hope for retiring by 65.
If you get a kick out of your retirement savings soaring and plummeting, then invest your IRA in a 100% stock portfolio. But it may be time to develop a more balanced investing strategy.
Saving more than 20% of your income, especially when you're young, can help you build a retirement cushion for the financial upheavals that come with life.
Investing in more than one target-date fund undermines the purpose of going with this type of retirement fund in the first place.
Converting a nondeductible IRA to a Roth IRA when you exceed income limits can have tricky tax consequences.
A conservative mix of stocks and bonds, rather than gold and cash, gives you a better shot of having your retirement savings last.
Everyone makes some investing mistakes, but as long as you keep contributing to your retirement accounts and follow a few key principles, you should be just fine.
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