Archive - July 18, 2017

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Investment 101: Choosing and Selling Profitable Investments
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How to Readjust Your Retirement Plan

Investment 101: Choosing and Selling Profitable Investments

In “How to Fund Your Retirement Without Selling Off Your Investments,” The Motley Fool explains the two ways people usually make money after investing in stocks and bonds: selling once the investment is worth more (capital gains) or getting a monetary reward from the organization you invested with (dividend or interest).

This explanation points the way towards how one can retain investments and still profit from them:

“Choosing investments that will produce lots of income for you is an important part of retirement planning.”

When you have an investment that offers dividends or interest, you profit without selling. …

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How to Readjust Your Retirement Plan

It is important to know how much you should be saving. Every year you delay adequately funding your retirement cuts in half your retirement standard of living.

Imagine Fred and Wilma, now in their forties, with savings of $250,000 and an income of $55,000. They project that putting $1,036 a month into savings this year will meet their goal of retiring at 65. But that projection is only good for the coming year.

Projections are like blinking your eyes open as you are walking quickly. They give you a quick snapshot of where you are and what direction you …

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