401 (k) Asset Allocation and Diversification Solution
Diversification strategy is meant to reduce volatility in account value and lower downside risks. Aspetuck’s Risk Managed Portfolio Program allows for a choice between a Strategic Model or a Tactical Model that suits your preference, depending on your own risk and reward preference.The models use an Asset Allocation approach towards investing in markets thereby diversifying your assets worldwide in stocks, bonds, and cash-equivalents.
The Department of Labor's new "interim rule" regarding 401 (k) reporting has some drawbacks. While the monthly income statement is instructive, and should encourage better investor behavior, it does run the danger of providing unreliable information or steering 401(k) investors into making the wrong decision. The rule implements Section 203 of the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act, enacted at the end of last year
Navigating the Ups and Downs of the Market in Your 401K
For investors, a market pullback can be a painful thing—no one likes to see the value of their account go down. But every downturn brings investment opportunities. For one, while the investments you hold may be dropping in value, the investments you may want to buy could be getting cheaper. Here are a few strategies for plan participants to navigate down and up markets.
Aspetuck Financial Management is replacing two of the ETF options in the 401k lineup with new ETFs in the third quarter. The changes in ETFs involve your U.S. Small-cap option and your U.S. Large-cap Dividend paying option.
Who doesn't have a retirement dream? Yours may be as simple as sleeping late or riding your bike on a sunny afternoon, or as daring as jumping out of a plane at age 90. Living your retirement dream the way you want means saving now—and saving enough so you don't have to worry about money in retirement.