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Retiring? Avoid This Big 401(k) Rollover Mistake

Three-quarters of retirees “de-risked” their portfolio by reducing stock exposure when they quit working and rolled their workplace 401(k)s to an IRA. The de-risking dilemma That may seem like a good idea. But unfortunately, in some investment environments, making big, sudden changes to your fund mix at retirement can be a major mistake, according to […]

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Reducing Portfolio Risk and Managing Volatility

Reducing Portfolio Risk and Managing Volatility

Guest Blog By Donald Calcagni, CFP®, MST Chief Investment Officer Mercer Advisors Reducing Portfolio Risk and Managing Volatility Introduction As I write this, equity valuations are near all-time highs, the federal deficit has tripled to $3.3 trillion, and social unrest is arguably at a level unseen since the late 1960s.  And let’s not forget that we’re two […]

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Quote Of The Week: You Can’t Afford To Skip This Ride

“Real risk lies in how we respond to the ups and downs in the market. Just because an investor doesn’t like the ups and downs of the stock market doesn’t mean that she can afford to skip the ride if she wants to meet her goals.” Ben Johnson, CFA, Director of Global ETF Research for […]

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