The financial realities of our world are changing. More and more people need to rely on their own investments for income during retirement. Although many retirees have income streams from Social Security and/or pension plans, others rely on their 401(k), personal investments and savings plans.
These savings from which you expect to create a stream of income during retirement face risk. A few of these risks are economic turmoil, interest rate uncertainty and market volatility. So it’s vital to correctly position these funds into a series of investments at retirement that is designed to provide you income for your lifetime.
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Diversification can be thought of as spreading your investment dollars into various asset classes to add balance to your portfolio. Although it doesn’t guarantee a profit, it may be able to reduce the volatility of your portfolio.