Tuesday , 12 December 2017


Retirement Planning

How Much Money Do You Need to Retire?

retirement

Retirement planning is a process and not an event. You don’t simply set a course of action and follow that exact plan for your remaining days. Financial plans should be open-ended because there will always be corrective actions, updates, changes in strategy, or difficult decisions that have to be made. It’s like the old saying, “Plans are useless but planning is indispensable.”

Read More »

4 Dividend Growth Stocks That Should Do Extremely Well In 2017

investing

One type of stock—dividend growers—outperforms all others as interest rates rise and to back it up Bloomberg and Goldman Sachs (GS) looked at the performance of 50 stocks the bank sees as likely to hike their payouts by an average of 12% this year and I have identified, and rank, the 4 strongest names from this list.

Read More »