OK, try to imagine you can pick out only one company’s stock and that all your savings and investments will be pumped into this stock over the years. You’re allowed to take the dividend yield, obviously, and you’re allowed to sell some of the company’s shares when you need some capital for something or other – but otherwise that’s it; just the one.
There are as many different way of living a retired life as there are people in the world. We all have our own hopes and dreams for this stage of our lives and what is right for one person isn’t right for others.
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6 April 2015 is fast approaching, and as some of the biggest reforms in UK pension history loom ever closer, the fear of retirees being conned out of their pension funds is becoming a major concern.
If you are planning on making an investment for the first time in your life then you will want to do some research in order to feel confident about making some smart moves with your money. You won´t want to put any money at risk if you feel that you aren´t really sure about what you are doing.