Traditionally, financial advisors tell their clients, “Don’t take any more risk than is necessary to achieve your goals.” Following that advice, when you turn 70, 80, or 90-years-old, you should move your money into conservative investments with guaranteed low returns rather than keep your money in riskier investments that could potentially provide higher returns. Essentially, advisors say that it’s more important to protect your money at that age than to double it. Yet, is that always true? Is this conventional wisdom ever flawed? Should you stop making any potentially risky investments when you reach a certain age? Well, you will find the answer to that question by asking another: Are you investing for yourself, or are you investing for your legacy? Read more
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