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Building a Unique Cash Bucket 

How full is your Cash Bucket? In a recent article Kiplinger suggests that for retirees to survive a Market Swoon (Market Drop) investors should have a "Cash Bucket". The article claims: "Some advisers recommend creating three "buckets" of investments: a) cash and short-term CDs; b) short and intermediate term bonds; and c) stock and bond funds".

They go on to state: "If you've planned for the inevitable downturns (you did, right?), you should have enough in cash and cash-like investments to cover two to three years of living expenses". Having a Cash Bucket lets investors leave their portfolio intact during a downtown, allowing it to recover as the market also recovers. This is a great idea. The question is how to build up a Cash Bucket that will continue to grow over time despite market downturns.

Contact me for an innovative and unique way to protect your money from market downturns while also protecting your family. I am available to answer your questions and doubts about this versatile financial instrument in the most professional and confidential manner. You can also contact me via my

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