The Oxford Club recently held a meeting in Sante Fe, New Mexico. One of the people that attended this meeting asked a question regarding to retirement, that question was, “How much money should I have in stocks once I reach retirement?” Alexander Green, who is the Chief Investment Strategist of the Oxford Club gave the response that it depends on age, health, your monthly overhead, and also the size of your portfolio. At this meeting all of these things are discussed and come to one valuable solution called retirement rebalancing and is looked at as a real wold solution. Alexander explains that you need a serious slug of equities in order to generate a long term return that will comfortably exceed the rate of inflation. Alexander also explains that there is the possibility of having too much money invested in stocks. According to Alexander, when you’re young and contributing to your investment portfolio, there are a lot of great buying opportunities that come along with a bear market. Alexander says that ways to achieve retirement rebalancing include calculating about how much money you need in low risk bonds and cash to fund your monthly overhead and also to set aside five years worth of living expenses as well.
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