The New York Time’s Ron Lieber discusses the problem of getting premium investment service without having a premium retirement portfolio. His exploration reveals a gap between high-end institutional-style investing and the high-fee world of actively-managed mutual funds. Rebalance IRA, he concludes, is here to fill that gap.
Our own Charley Ellis discusses with CNN Money how investment fees can actually be higher than they first appear, how bonds aren’t as safe as they once were, and if you’re paying a money manager to try to actively ‘beat the market’, don’t. Invest with a company like Rebalance IRA instead.
With rates historically low, bonds — the once ‘safe’ investment —no longer look so safe. How to achieve a reasonable rate of return while still keeping volatility low? Our own Burt Malkiel suggests a diversified collection of dividend-paying equities, much like what’s offered at Rebalance IRA.
“Mitchell Tuchman has credentials that would open almost any door on Wall Street. Despite his Harvard MBA and the smarts he brought to the table, Tuchman came away convinced it’s a sucker’s game to try to beat the market. But plenty of financial planners and money managers rake off big fees just for trying.”
The Associated Press takes a look at the long-term savings benefits of IRAs, and why the lack of expert management advice leaves many individuals missing out. The solution for optimal retirement planning? A service that helps IRA owners expertly manage their retirement accounts. A service named Rebalance IRA.
New York Times Business Day columnist Tara Siegel Bernard compares several online IRA portfolio management platforms. Her conclusion? ”If I could create a rebalancing tool from scratch, however, it would look a lot like the MarketRiders.” We couldn’t agree more.