In Canada, at least half a million people will retire each year for the next 15 years. And there’s a 40% chance someone turning 65 now will live past 90. With investors spending as much time in retirement as their earning years, find out how advisors can rethink diversification to help clients be prepared for the new retirement realities.
On Thursday, June 27, 2019 from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm ET, Amol Sodhi CFA, CIM Vice President and Director, explored the importance of diversifying by risk factors rather than just by asset classes.
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Source: “The Retirement Income Conundrum: How status quo may not be enough for the next generation of retirees,” TD Asset Management, February 2018; Statistics Canada, CANSIM Table 109-5202, February 2018.
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