Rebalance your retirement investment portfolio correctly

Why IBM Moved To Index Investing

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Jay Vivian, former managing director of the IBM Retirement Funds, explains why IBM moved to index investing over active management. Continue reading

 
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The Lessons of 2008

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Jay Vivian, former managing director of the IBM Retirement Funds, explains the lessons of 2008 to retirement investors. Continue reading

 
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IRAs and Tax-Advantaged Investing

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Jay Vivian, former managing director of the IBM Retirement Funds, explains the power of IRAs and tax-deferred investing. Continue reading

 
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Beware Of The Investment ‘Expert’

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Jay Vivian, former managing director of the IBM Retirement Funds, cautions retirement investors when it comes to investment advice. Continue reading

 
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How To Lower Retirement Investment Costs

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Jay Vivian, former managing director of the IBM Retirement Funds, on using index funds to lower retirement investment costs. Continue reading

 
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Worry Free Investing With Rebalance

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Jay Vivian, former managing director of the IBM Retirement Funds, on the virtues of automatic rebalancing. Continue reading

 
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How Target Date Funds Work

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Jay Vivian, former managing director of the IBM Retirement Funds, explains target date funds. Continue reading

 
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How Diversification Lowers Risk In Your Portfolio

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Jay Vivian, former managing director of the IBM Retirement Funds, explains how diversification protects a retirement investor from the chance that any given investment will fail in time. Continue reading

 
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Danger: Everybody Wants To Beat The Market

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Jay Vivian, former managing director of the IBM Retirement Funds, on the human temptation to strive for outperformance despite evidence that consistently beating the benchmarks is close to impossible. Continue reading

 
    

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