People in their 90's are the fastest growing age group in the country*. With Americans living longer, at least part of your portfolio needs to be invested for growth.
What outcomes do you expect from your growth portfolio?
As an investor today, you need growth strategies in place that fund your long-term goals and retirement. Selectively piecing together domestic equity exposure and international stocks can help you meet those goals.
Today, downside protection may be more important to long-term performance than higher upside returns. Low volatility and unconstrained strategies can potentially offer this protection through tactical growth exposure.
More growth doesn't have to mean more risk. You can expand your investment universe while limiting exposure to risk by using alternative investment solutions that can provide diversification.
A Bumpier Road Ahead for Stocks?
In 2015, volatility is expected to rise to greater levels than in years past. This means you may need to find more effective strategies to achieve long-term growth while you seek to manage volatility.
* Source: U.S. Census, 90+ in the United States.