In case you missed them, we rounded up our five most-read blog posts from 2016. Surprisingly (or not), all of the posts that attracted the most readers were related to retirement.
As we develop content for the new year, tell us: What blog topics would you like us to tackle in 2017? Share your suggestions by commenting on this post.
Thanks in advance for the inspiration, and best wishes for a happy and healthy new year.
Starting the year off with suspense, our top 5 posts in descending order (cue the drum roll, please):
#5: Why do retirees maintain high equity allocations?
Retired…and still heavily invested in stocks? Maria Bruno provides insight using data from Vanguard’s IRA investors.
#4: Sustaining retirement income in a lower-return world
The retirement income puzzle is often about perspective. Read this blog before deciding if the glass is half-full or half-empty when it comes to low interest rates.
#3: Roth: The most versatile account in your portfolio
Retirement accounts are always off limits until you retire, right? The answer may surprise you.
#2: Weighing the risk of rising interest rates on retirees
A rising-interest-rate environment may not be the traumatic event for an investor’s portfolio that many investors seem to believe it is.
#1: Retirement: What’s your plan?
Your target number is a big part of the plan—but it’s not the only part.