|Other Names:||David G Niggel|
Key Wealth Partners, LLC
President/Ceo/Chief Compliance Officer
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|Key Wealth Partners, LLC||5 years, 1 month||Feb 2010 - Present|
|Fluid Conditioning Products||11 years, 3 months||Dec 2003 - Present|
|Uniform Securities Agent State Law Examination||Series 63||10/03/1991|
His advice: Don’t worry too much about Facebook’s oscillating stock price. Or, for that matter, about gyrations in another big stock in the news, JPMorgan Chase, after the disclosure of a precarious multibillion-dollar hedging strategy.
It's well established in the academic literature that there are four factors (or what can be called "drivers of returns") that determine the vast majority of the risk and return of diversified portfolios.
"Investors today are increasingly responsible for their own retirement, so it's critical that they have all the information they need to plan," says Jean Setzfand, AARP vice president of financial security. "Fees are often hard to read and understand even when you know you are paying them."
In one recent study by AARP, seven in 10 workers said they didn't realize they were paying any 401(k) fees at all. "There are enormous dollar amounts involved," says former plan consultant Frank Cirullo. "Employees are getting ripped off." Indeed, even though advisers always stress the importance of keeping investing expenses down, many 401(k) plans don't do so.
You have heard this refrain before. It includes building a well-balanced portfolio, while keeping investment costs and taxes to a minimum. It also means giving up efforts to pick the next Apple or the next hotshot money manager and not trying to get out of the stock market before it crashes again. It also helps to turn off the television. You have to stay disciplined and stick with your plan, not only in good times but in more challenging times as well.
401(k) Retirement Plans that are the most successful have automatic plan features. People just want help. 1. Automatic Enrollment 2. Automatic Rebalancing 3. Advisor Managed Portfolios 4. Enhanced Communication
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