We’ve all heard of the 4% rule.
Retirees should be able to withdraw an inflation-adjusted 4% from their portfolio every year.
When doing so, they’re not supposed to run out of money.
But what if this happened during your retirement?
The U.S. stock market doesn’t make money for more than 10 years.
The International stock market doesn’t make money for more than 10 years.
Global stocks crash 51 percent, halfway through your retirement.
Actually, this did happen.
So…how did the 4% rule play out?
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