5 Tips for Retirees Worried about Today’s Market Volatility

While we can't control the stock market, we do have control over many aspects of our retirement savings. Here are five ways to help tackle market uncertainty and market volatility for retirees and those close to retirement.

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Market volatility has been all over the headlines. What started with uncertainty around the U.S. presidential elections has escalated as coronavirus spreads. Markets have retreated, and we have officially entered a bear market. It's important for retirees, or soon-to-be retirees, to have a plan and stick with it, especially during a time like this. Your retirement plan is even more important when the markets are being driven by unpredictable and likely short-term events.

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Rhian Horgan
Founder and CEO, Silvur

Rhian is the CEO of Silvur, an award-winning retirement platform that works with credit unions and community banks to support members age 50+. Rhian is a frequent contributor to top financial publications including Forbes, Kiplinger, Barrons, CNBC and Yahoo! Finance.