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Have you thought about what you’ll do after retirement? | Opinion | Moneyweb Today

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The Problems With A Constant Retirement Spending Strategy

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Retirement Investing’s Next Big Phase

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FT.com: Target-dated funds are welcome but no panacea for pension holes

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Wade Pfau: The Perks Of Being A Flexible Spender In Retirement

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Overly Optimistic Advisors May Threaten Retirees

After seven years of extraordinary stock market returns (S&P averaged 14.9 percent annualized from 2009 – 2015) valuations are now full and the profit cycle appears tired. Assuming a 7 percent annualized total return over the entire bull market that began with the start of the cycle in 2009 (see explanation “A”) the next decade could see 3 percent annualized returns on average. Put another way, over the next decade stock markets are likely to be more volatile and far less generous.

Source: Overly Optimistic Advisors May Threaten Retirees

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McLean Asset Management: SHOULD YOU PLAN ON YOUR RETIREMENT LASTING 30 YEARS OR 40?