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Southbourne Group Singapore, Tokyo Japan on about to retire? Here’s how to cope with stock-market shocks By Mary Shelton
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Soon-to-be retirees sometimes start to panic about increased market volatility in the months leading up to the end of their work lives. Here are a few tips on how to help steady your retirement... More > investments from two financial planners. Investors have been shaking off periodic stock-market jolts as the bull marches on, but what about those planning to retire in 2018? Soon-to-be retirees sometimes start to panic about increased market volatility in the months leading up to the end of their work lives, and that’s easy to understand because many of them have read or heard how devastating a negative sequence of returns early on can be for a portfolio.< Less
Southbourne Group Singapore, Tokyo Japan on How to Invest for the Rest of 2017: Our Mid-Year 2017 Outlook By Mary Shelton
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Heading into the second half of 2017, we believe the elongated U.S. credit and business cycle – currently eight years old and counting – will continue through the end of the year. Yet for... More > the first time in almost a decade, the risks to the global economy are centered in the U.S. and not in other major world economies. Growth in much of the rest of the world is stable or accelerating. In Europe, a much-anticipated credit and earnings cycle is underway, while most emerging markets are recovering from their 2015-2016 slowdowns and recessions. In our view, the biggest threat to the global economy is the prospect of the U.S. Federal Reserve (Fed) further tightening U.S. monetary policy.< Less
Southbourne Group Singapore, Tokyo Japan on Investment tip: How long should you run an SIP? By Mary Shelton
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It's a question that vexes many mutual fund investors once they buy into the concept of investing through a Systematic Investment Plan (SIP): When you have a lump sum to invest, then over what period... More > should you spread the SIP? Of course, for most SIP investments, the question does not arise. The most common type of SIP investment is a monthly one that goes out of a monthly income. This sort of SIP continues and is useful in a way to keep investing without bothering to actually take the time out and do it.< Less

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