How to Retire

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My heart goes out to Boston residents this week. Talking about saving and investing may be the last thing on your mind. Mine as well. But life has to march on.

I cover a delicious assortment of useful topics in this podcast — including market forecasting, retirement planning tips, tips to get through 401K open enrollment, and one thing to understand about the bond market.

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Baby Boomers started retiring in 2010, putting a squeeze on Social Security availability for future generations. In particular, after 2033 when the Congressional Budget Office projects that Social Security payments may be delayed (or nonexistent).

How can you protect yourself? Whether you’re a retiree today or facing it in the future, there are steps you can take to prevent income insecurity at retirement.

I talk about this, and explain the booming stock market (and when this March rally may end) in this week’s show.

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BlogTalkRadio: Retirement Planning for Mavericks

by The Wall Street Geek

Anybody starting and running a business in this economy is truly a maverick.  Business owners consistently think about their business, and rarely stop to think about their tomorrow. This broadcast is your “Cliff’s Notes” for understanding your retirement plan options as a business owner. Don’t miss a thing!  Friday’s at 12:30 pm EST on BlogTalkRadio. […]

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BlogTalkRadio: Keep Your Savings Working with a Retirement Income Strategy

by The Wall Street Geek

In this show, I cover strategies for pre-retirement planning and post-retirement income planning. I also talk about changes to the traditional retirement planning formula that take into account today’s rough economy. Next week, I’m talking with the CEO of borro.com about alternative lending. It’ll be a very valuable show given how strict banks still are […]

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You Don’t Have to Be Gisele Bundchen to Model #Statistics

by The Wall Street Geek

Investors track indices or other indicators to predict the health of an economy and to predict the stock market. But with dozens of indicators per country, how can you digest what these indicators are telling you? And use them to predict what may happen next? This video gives you three critical steps to create a […]

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Video: An Annual Checklist to Keep Your Retirement Savings Safe

by The Wall Street Geek

Here are three critical things that you should check in your retirement portfolio at least an annual basis. PS — vote! You may also be interested in: Hey #Twitter…About That IPO Love is All We Need When Being Right Goes Wrong The One Habit the #Forbes Richest Have — Do You Have It Too? Coming […]

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Radio Book Interview: “Good Morning Hudson Valley” with Bruce Owens

by The Wall Street Geek

The great folks at WBNR interviewed me today about my book “How to Buy Stocks Online”. I had a great time talking with Bruce Owens about goal-based investing, where today’s market is heading, and investment tips. Click the link below to listen! You may also be interested in: Hey #Twitter…About That IPO Love is All […]

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3 Myths About Investing in Bonds

by The Wall Street Geek

No one except for PIMCO’s Bill Gross loves bonds. They’re considered by the everyday investor to be the less sexy, dull older sibling to stocks. But while bonds aren’t in the news as much as stocks, bonds and the bond market are surprisingly powerful. President Clinton even had a fit in 1993 about how much […]

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Revisit Your Life Insurance Coverage Before You Retire

by The Wall Street Geek

Given the state of the economy and the threat of Medicare and Social Security cuts, “retirement” has unfortunately become the new dreaded dirty word in households. While plans to cut expenses are being discussed far earlier than retirement in today’s world, the expense-cutting is permanent within the context of a retirement discussion. One area in […]

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