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In response to the person who thinks annuities are piecemeal. You might want to read up on Fixed annuities before making a comment like you did. Social Security is an annuity but fixes annuities from insurance companies are by safer and yield higher returns. Read first then make comments!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
LOL..."investors"?!? Nice try Kiplinger (aka - sell side junk pusher). Here's a chart of your "retail investors": (whoops, was I not supposed to expose the truth? After all, that's not good for suckering the bag holders for bull traps now is it?)
EDIT: MSN DELETED MY CHART LINK. IT'S ON THE FED RESERVE SITE AND SHOWS MASSIVE RETAIL MUTUAL FUND OUTFLOWS SINCE 2009.
Although there may be many out there to choose from, unless one has hundreds of thousands to invest, they really dont give a crap about the small investors. I can say this because I have solicited info from two in the last two weeks and as of yet have not heard back from either.
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