The Sequence of Returns Does It Really Matter in Retirement?
|Markets fluctuate from year to year, but the effect they have on a portfolio varies widely in the accumulation and distribution phases of retirement planning. If retirees receive distributions in a stable or rising market, they can still preserve or grow those assets. When they receive distributions in a declining market, they are selling into a loss.
|What if they could access an alternative fund in those down years?
|The sequence of returns matters most in the distribution phase of retirement. Access to a non-correlated side account can make a huge difference when a person is no longer forced to sell at a loss. In fact, this could be a $3,000,000 decision!
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