Bestselling author Ken Fisher’s new book departs from his usual commentary on capital markets to cover an important personal finance topic: retirement investing.
Many misunderstand key principles when investing for the future. We often find confusing, even conflicting information about how much to save and when to start.
Furthermore, investors often think “retirement planning” and “financial planning” are two different objectives—but they aren’t! Do you want your assets to stop working for you after some projected retirement date? Probably not…
As founder and Executive Chairman of Fisher Investments, Ken Fisher oversees assets for some of America’s wealthiest individuals. In his 9th book, he shares much of the same methodology he uses to advise his private clients.
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