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Investment Strategies with Aileron

Investment Strategies with Aileron

Investment Strategies with Aileron

By: Bill and Cindi Porter, AILERON INVESTMENT ADVISORS Q: Why did the stock market become so volatile? A: Multiple factors can be cited, but it can primarily be attributed to the fear of inflation. After the 2008 stock market meltdown, the federal government responded with a heavy dose of corporate regulations and taxes. Their combined weight resulted

Q&A with Aileron Investment Advisors

One strategy limits an individual to spending just the portfolio earnings every year and never touching the principal. However this method has some obvious planning problems. If the portfolio is invested in securities (stocks and bonds, etc.) the earnings (dividends and interest) are somewhat unpredictable, not guaranteed, and the portfolio itself is also subject to

Q&A with Aileron Investment Advisors

Question: How do I take advantage of the very large and aging Baby Boomer population? Answer: Various age groups share common spending habits. Baby Boomers (people ages 50 – 68) comprise – by far – the largest single demographic group of Americans. They are living much longer than their ancestors and they are living very different lifestyles as well. Many industries will be the beneficiaries of

Q&A with Aileron Investment Advisors

BY: Bill and Cindi Porter Amazingly, the laws affecting Social Security are even more numerous and complex than those for income tax. The 2,728 rules also have more than 100,000 explanatory rules. Within a few years of retirement, most Americans are aware of the necessity to project their income needs for the day when their paychecks will cease, and measure those income

Investment Strategies Q&A

BY: Bill and Cindi Porter, Aileron Investment Advisors Unfortunately, many investors do just the opposite and achieve the opposite results. On March 24, 2000, the S&P 500 set a new record high (1527)* but few investors followed the rule by selling their shares and taking their profits. By Oct. 9, 2002, the S&P 500
had quickly

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