Building on What Works
One day it’s the markets and the next it’s family or your business. You
may not know what each day will bring, but when you’re heading to
retirement, you want to be sure that you’ll be alright in the long run.
I find that the best way to protect against risk is to rely on what’s tried and true. It’s about simple, clear advice that puts what matters at the forefront. It’s about controlling what you can instead of trying to hit a home run. It’s about counting on a set process to make each and every decision.
Retirement is always a long-term plan, so put stake in what remains constant, not what changes from day to day. It’s as simple as that.
“Having a defined process in place means having less mystery in your
portfolio – and less mystery means fewer surprises.”
– Bart Chatterson, B.Comm.