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How Much of My Portfolio Should Be in Bonds?

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Many investors have been told to become more heavily invested in bonds as they near retirement. A lot of people are finding out that this plan may no longer be feasible in today's world. So we've been …

Many investors have been told to become more heavily invested in bonds as they near retirement. A lot of people are finding out that this plan may no longer be feasible in today's world. So we've been hearing, "How much of my portfolio should be in bonds?".

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  • 1. Mullooly Asset Management PodcastJune 11, 2013
  • 2. New York Times Article 6/8/2013"For Retirees, a Million-Dollar Illusion"
  • 3. “Low-Lights”Work longerSave all you canTap home equity
  • 4. Stocks or Bonds?Shifting into bonds when nearing retirement was agood ideaProblem many are discovering now…Should have stayed in the stock market MUCHlonger before moving to bonds
  • 5. Possible SolutionsStay in the marketAverage into bonds, not all at onceRe-adjust your plans
  • 6. None of the securities mentioned in this (or any) podcast orvideo represent past specific recommendations of MulloolyAsset Management.This video is NOT a recommendation to buy or sell any ofthe securities mentioned here.If you’re relying on a podcast for investment advice, you arelikely making a huge mistake.We strongly urge our listeners to consult with theirinvestment advisor before they make a decision to buy orsell any investment.
  • 7. Mullooly Asset Management, LLCsupport (at) mullooly (dot) net732-223-9000www.mullooly.net