September ain't all that bad
Eric Linser, CFA | Sept. 17, 2010
Who would have guessed it? By mid-September, we're on a bit of a bull market rally, especially on some really mediocre economic news. Investors have looked past the bad news to keep the markets pressing higher. It's been just good enough to keep us from falling below 10,000 on the Dow, and for us to push above the 200 day moving averages (key support and resistance levels) for both the more ...
Eric Linser, CFA | September 1, 2010
September marks the beginning of fall and with it, college football and the local apple and grape harvests -- things I look forward to. And, here in the Bay Area summer is just beginning as the rest of the country transitions to fall's cooler weather.
Really the only thing I don't look forward to is that September has been a particularly difficult month, historically, for the stock market. And more ...
Is It Right For Me?
Who doesn't need a source of tax-free income in retirement? It makes sense to consider at least a partial conversion of 401(k) plan, traditional or roll-over IRA assets, and minimally to learn more.
Here are 5 reasons why:
- # 1 -- Tax Diversification. When you have a variety of accounts from which to draw retirement income (taxable, tax deferred and tax free), you have much more flexibility in more ...
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