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How Should You Invest Your Retirement Accounts?

According to a recent article in Market Watch the folks who have buying up stocks faster than anyone else in the last thirty years are those making family incomes of $42,000 a year. Why is that?
What’s changed since 1989? Access did.
Specifically, access to workplace retirement savings plans, like 401(k)s, and personal investment accounts, like IRAs.
Individual retirement plans in the USA hold about $9 Trillion and 401(k)’s hold about $5 Trillion. The entire US stock market has a capitalization of about $30 Trillion. And, since so many of us now have these tax-deferred vehicles, how should you invest your retirement accounts?
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Are Mutual Funds Safe Long Term Investments

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Investors who are thinking of retirement will commonly want safe long term investments. Likewise investors who lost a sizable portion of their portfolio in the 2008 market crash will prefer safety to […]


Finding Good Financial Advisors

FREE: Get Your Wedge Breakouts Training Video Now! In difficult financial times one can still make money in investments. Part of what is needed is finding good financial advisors. No matter how skilled one is at technical and fundamental analysis of investments, there is no need to repeatedly reinvent the wheel. Finding good financial advisors […]


Investing for Retirement

FREE: Get Your Gap Analysis Training Video Now! If you are looking for a good return on your investment in stocks you ask yourself, what is the best investment for my money? This is a fair question but there is no single best answer. If you are investing for retirement as opposed to investing for […]


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