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It is critically important that retirement savers make a long-term game plan for their savings and investing strategy.
Each of these is dripping with overtones from the lessons of behavioral finance.
Don’t be surprised if this collective wisdom confirms certain instincts you have always possessed, drives a stake in the heart of a myth you’ve long embraced, and opens your mind to an idea you’ve never thought to consider.
If retirees could go back in time 50 years, this is what they’d want to know.
There’s a reason why short-term asset allocation is doomed to disappoint. You can find it in every SEC-mandated performance disclaimer.
The politics of envy, fiduciary irony and “Investment choices? We don’t need no stink’ investment choices!”
How #401k plans create millionaires, the coming fiduciary Wild West and fee hypocrisy