The Dow has started 2018 on shaky footing, with multiple 1,000-point drops in February. Many investors are tempering their expectations for stocks as a result.
But while big, one-day drops are scary, a more frightening crisis is eating away at portfolios every day.
Namely, running out of money in retirement.
A choppy market makes things harder, but investors were already bleeding their nest eggs dry before 2018. That’s thanks to chronically low rates that are holding back yields on interest-bearing assets like bonds and CDs.
As a result, even someone with modest savings can struggle to produce the necessary income for day-to-day expenses.
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