How People Emotionally Handle the Transition into Retirement

February 2009
Journal of Financial Planning;Feb2009, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p11
Academic Journal
The article discusses different categories retirees fall into regarding their investment decisions. The different categories that retirees fall into which are discussed include the adapter, the anchored and the venturer. The different types of investment decisions that are made by these types of investors are discussed.


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