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|Subject: Re: Market Fears||Date: 9/25/2008 10:47 AM|
|Author: Howie52||Number: 14012 of 19483|
"Retirees Filling the Front Line in Market Fears
By JOHN LELAND and LOUIS UCHITELLE
Published: September 22, 2008
Older Americans with investments are among the hardest hit by the turmoil in the financial markets and have the least opportunity to recover.
Number 1 on the Times' list of Nusiness section most emailed (#4 overall). "
I was kind of surprised by this comment from the article:
"And people don’t have the luxury of being in bonds because they don’t yield enough for how long we live.””
People don’t buy bonds?
Maybe not exclusively bonds - but folks certainlly are encouraged to
include bonds as part of their porfolios.
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