Personal Wealth Management / Retirement
13 Retirement Blunders You'll Likely Regret
To Investors Who Want To Retire Comfortably
The purpose of this guide is to help you avoid the heartache and regret that can come from making certain financial decisions. Ironically, some of the “blunders” listed in this guide are often just what Wall Street and certain money managers are actively selling. Avoid making the same mistake that many others make and download this must-read guide!Get your Free Guide!
Based on our experience working with tens of thousands of individual investors, we see people repeatedly making the same major financial blunders. And all too often, we see investment professionals making the same blunders—although some of those “blunders” are made to line their pockets, not yours. That's why we produced this guide, 13 Retirement Investment Blunders to Avoid. It was written specifically for those with investments of $500,000 or more.
A Lifetime of Savings at Risk
It probably took you a lifetime of saving and investing to accumulate your retirement nest egg and, at this stage of your life, you simply don’t have time to recover from investment blunders. And no matter how much you’ve saved, it hurts to lose money. If this guide helps you avoid a handful of these common mistakes and blunders, you may save yourself a great deal of anguish, money and regret.
The 13 Blunders
Don’t let these rather prosaic “blunders” lull you into thinking they are self-explanatory. Many people are surprised and enlightened by our explanations. We think you’ll find Fisher Investments’ approach unique and extremely useful.
- Buying Annuities
- Being Too Conservative in Investing
- Ignoring Foreign Stocks
- Paying Excessive Fees
- Trying to Time the Market
- Relying on “Common Knowledge”