With the flat returns of the 2000s, which included the precipitous 37 percent drop in the S&P 500 during 2008’s Great Recession, executives are understandably nervous about future market swings. Fortunately, deflated account balances and the need to postpone retirement can be avoided. Our latest article explores what can be done and offers a new framework for steady wealth accumulation.
EBS has developed an innovative strategy that puts a floor on negative returns in exchange for an acceptable cap on positive returns which stabilizes peaks and valleys in market performance. See the data firsthand by reading this article.