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June 3, 2024
Inflation: The Nemesis of Every Retiree

Even though the rising costs of goods and services can erode the purchasing power of your retirement savings, with proactive planning and smart strategies, its impact can be mitigated. Included are ideas for several areas of your finances that can possibly be adjusted.

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August 20, 2022
The Truth About Inflation and Risk

Our Strong Valley advisor team recaps 2022 from May through August, where the US Bond market saw the worst start ever, and it was the 3rd-worse start for US Stocks. The team has a balanced discussion on winners and losers during times of inflation and what that means for investment risks. Questions from Strong Valley clients are answered, and the team showcases one practical way to objectively quantify and evaluate your own personal risk tolerance when it comes to investing. We wrap up the discussion with predictions and an outlook on where inflation and the markets may be headed in the months ahead.

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June 14, 2022
Largest Inflation Increase Since December 1981

Your long-term retirement strategies must account for inflation, which decreases the purchasing power of your money in the future. With inflation appearing to go up every single month in 2021 and 2022, it’s important to consider the historical averages and record highs to create a good plan. There are ways that you can prepare for a decrease in the purchasing power of your dollar over time.

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April 25, 2022
Inflation Impacts Your Insurance Coverage Too

Inflation is making the news with soaring rates that haven’t been seen in 40 years. Because inflation affects future purchasing power, it also affects future life insurance needs and your family’s financial security. Make the necessary updates before you need them, when it’s too late. Read here about coverages you should consider.

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April 12, 2022
What Causes Inflation and What to Do About It

A huge challenge is planning for your retirement savings to outpace inflation. As prices increase, the purchasing power of your income – dollar for dollar – decreases. Here are some scenarios that explain the causes of inflation and some things to consider for your financial future.

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August 24, 2021
Are the Prices Right? Understanding Inflation

Inflation touches everyone’s purchasing power. This Student of the Market Special Edition is designed to answer questions you might have about the current inflation challenge. It also gives a historical context and provides data insight into portfolio performance during inflationary periods.

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August 3, 2021
Inflation Varies According to Your Age & Spending

What will inflation be in the coming years? The headline Consumer Price Index is important only as a general gauge. It may not accurately reflect your individual inflation rate. This article looks at some inflation components for you to consider, to get a better picture of your unique personal inflation rate based on your age and spending habits.

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