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Retirement IRA

By Terry Savage on September 22, 2022 | Chicken Money

I am retired 68 yrs. old, don’t work, I live off my pensions and social security, and my IRA is a moderate risk portfolio. On my last statement I lost $10,000, my question is should I move all my money to a fixed income until this market stabilizes or ride it out.

Terry Says

Fixed income is losing money too! As rates rise, bond prices fall! I warned about this in this article.

I’d need to know more about your entire financial picture to give you a good answer, but at this stage oflife I think you should have at least 40% in “chicken money.” Here’s where it goes:

If it’s in an IRA, make sure you have a brokerage option (see last paragraph of this article) and that there is no fee for buying T-bills in your IRA.



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