This Common Retirement Advice Could Make You Run Out of Money
There's a common rule of thumb that tells you what percentage of your retirement portfolio should consist of bonds and fixed-income assets -- and it's your age. If you're 65, 65% of your portfolio should be in bonds and 35% should be in more aggressive holdings, typically stocks.
Levy, Adam, "This Common Retirement Advice Could Make You Run Out of Money" (2018). In the News. 2684.