Investing mini-series

Introducing the first of a series:

ABCs of Investing For Gen XYZ

Investing mini-series

Introducing the first of a series:

ABCs of Investing For Gen XYZ

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    ABCs of Investing For Gen XYZ


    This book will teach readers on how to weather market volatility, invest smartly, and stay invested for the long-term. Parents and Generation XYZ will learn ways to avoid mistake in investing, different types of financial investments, risk assessment, investment selection, retirement plans, uses of life insurance, case studies and basic estate planning, all within simple ABC steps.

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    Eagle Eye Charities, Inc is launching the print edition of ABCs of Investing For Gen XYZ, with free

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    Q: Is there a formula to determine the ratio of stock versus bond ownership inside our portfolio, based on age? 

    A: No, recommendation is based on suitability in terms of liquidity, experience , time horizon, financial goals and size of assets. A retiree age 65 can look forward to another 20-30 years ahead, and must ensure a carefully balanced portfolio, for growth, income and capital preservation. An age-based target asset allocation may be used but not the best gauge.


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