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As we wait on the Fed’s decision of whether or not they will raise rates this month, a common question becomes "am I better served by sitting in cash for the time being rather than being in bonds?" For those who don’t understand the relationship, if everything else remains the same, as interest rates increase, bond prices to go down.
It has been a volatile last month, especially this past Thursday and Friday. Since the July 20th highs, we have seen the S&P 500 decline more than 7% and Emerging Markets decline more than 15%. A falling market is never fun and it is often at a time like this that an investor can feel the tug of fear and uncertainty. An instinct to pull a...
At Cedarstone we are proud to say we wrote the book on how to retire from Southern California Edison. That's because we value relationships with our retired Edison clients and with clients who still work there. Whether you are just starting with the company or have worked at Edison for 30 years, this book is for you. Written by expert advisors specifically for Southern California Edison employees, our guide will walk you through what it takes to successfully retire from Southern California Edison.