How to Minimize Sequence Risk in Your Investing Strategy

Laddering your bonds or purchasing an annuity can save you from running out of money if you start withdrawing your retirement savings at the wrong time.

The markets may have recently hit a new all-time high but if you retired in 2000, you may have already run out of money. Surprisingly, it's a completely different story if you retired just a few years earlier or a few years later.

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Mark Cortazzo, CFP®, CIMA®
Senior Partner, MACRO Consulting Group

Mark Cortazzo, CFP®, CIMA® is the founder and senior partner of MACRO Consulting Group, an independent wealth management firm located in New Jersey. He offers expert financial advice as an Investment Adviser Representative and retirement planning specialist. With over 25 years of experience in financial services, Cortazzo has been profiled in many publications and has earned numerous industry awards and accolades.