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Dear Dr. Don, I would like to begin investing money to use in retirement. I want to be conservative with these investments, and I don't know where to begin. Any advice on retirement investing would be appreciated. Thank... Read more
What if you could participate in the market's upside performance while protecting yourself against downside risk?
These products exist. They are equity-indexed annuities and equity-linked CDs.
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