You can't predict the future, but the odds are that there's a good chance you'll live for up to thirty years after retiring.
By looking at the investment world as one very large and dangerous ocean-calm at times, violent at times, and always unpredictable-you'll be better equipped to apply a "Multiple Boat Theory" that may help you stay afloat in good times and bad.
In this guide book to taking charge of your future, Paul M. Gargano, CFP® helps you to navigate through those treacherous waters. Learn how to:
• invest in a fleet that make sense given your goals and risk threshold;
• increase the likelihood of success by diversifying investments;
• recognize old rules and methods for investing that no longer apply.
You'll also learn ten questions to ask a Financial Professional, ten deadly sins of investing, why bigger is not always better, and proven strategies to make the transition from work to retirement easier.
Social Security, Medicare, and other trusted retirement plans may not provide the benefits you expect, and it's time to develop a customized plan to live a comfortable life in your twilight years. It starts by asking the question: What If You Live?