Tue, 14 May 2019
Interest rates are not going up as quickly as we all thought they would. How will low inflation rates affect your portfolio projections?
When I got into the business 25 years ago the 10 year treasury was near 6% and retirees typically held a 50/50 stock to bond allocation. Although most of America is enjoying low inflation on most items, low rates on bonds and CDs along with high healthcare costs are hurting retirees. Be careful with your projections! Traditional projections just don’t work well in today’s market. Do you need to adjust your retirement strategy to deal with low rates for the foreseeable future? Other topics include:
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