Current bond yields are much lower than historical ones. So if you base your retirement on historical data and you’re investing in bonds, you might want to read this detailed analysis by The Poor Swiss.
Peter describes the types of investments that in his view are the least risky.
Although for many readers this question is clear, it’s good to cover the basics again and again for all those people who are new to investing.
Should we trust the well-known 4% Safe Withdrawal Rate? Monevator analyses it looking at research on market fluctuation, and reaches some interesting conclusions.
In this post ThePoorSwiss writes about how many bonds you should have and what is the Three-Fund Portfolio.