On the Cusp of a Market Downturn? What to Do (and Not Do) When Retiring

No one knows how much life is left in our growth economy and the bull market. So, a common question is being asked by people nearing retirement is, how can I retire not knowing what's around the corner?

Just like approaching a blind curve on a windy road, you need to prepare not only in the moments immediately prior these turns, but well in advance of them.

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If you've saved enough money to retire, chances are you've been

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