Investing For Retirement: Focus On Reliable Income (Video)

by: Columbia Threadneedle Investments

By Colin Moore, Columbia Threadneedle Investments
Global Chief Investment Officer

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In the above video, Global Chief Investment Officer Colin Moore discusses the challenges of generating sustainable retirement income. Investments with growth potential (equities, for example) may help retirees keep up with inflation over time. But equities also bring volatility, which can impact portfolios. Strategies that offer lower risk with a higher yield can help. Overall, investors need to take a different approach and shift their focus from maximization of income to reliability of income.

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