Should we rush to bonds once we retire?
This rule of thumb can certainly serve as a starting point for thinking about your investments as you approach retirement.
Living beyond your savings…
After a euphoric move to the upside that Donald Trump claims credit for, the market seems to have peaked in January and entered a corrective phase. Volatility in the markets is up but not beyond the norm if we take a longer perspective. What is less “normal” is the fact the 2017 had no volatility. […]
Some stocks for retired investors
Stocks with an attractive dividend, that are relatively sheltered from a future interest rate rise and for which the time horizon varies from 10 to 15 years. It is according to those criteria that we have invited four portfolio managers to propose some investments that retired investors would benefit from. Here is Keith Farrant’s selection, a […]
Living on Savings: three scenarios, one conclusion
Living on Savings: three scenarios, one conclusion Stock markets worldwide continued to advance during the second quarter: the US market moved up another 4% or so while the Canadian market added 3%. As the saying goes, bull markets climb walls of worry. Can this be more accurate, especially when you read the newspapers littered with […]