Henry Cobbe: The upside-down world of decumulation investing

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 Henry Cobbe: "The tools for assessing suitability in retirement are not fit-for-purpose unless they include three key questions."
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Henry Cobbe: "The tools for assessing suitability in retirement are not fit-for-purpose unless they include three key questions."

In the first of a new series on different aspects of the decumulation phase of retirement planning, Henry Cobbe argues liability-relative investing may be complicated but the key questions for retirement maths are not

Investing for decumulation could really be called ‘upside down investing'. In essence, it is the mirror image or opposite of accumulation. Instead of regularly paying money in to grow a pot, you...

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