Historically, there’s a 91% chance of the market giving you a positive return over any particular 10 year period. Here’s the problem: the 91 percent of positive ten year periods have come AFTER recessions and poor markets. The worst ten year periods have come after long bull market expansions, much like we are in now. That’s an important thing to consider if when you are deciding how much of your money should be in the market, and how much OUT of the market–especially if you are of retirement age. We all know bull markets don’t last forever, but how should you be allocating your money right now to both keep your money safer AND to have the opportunity to grow your dividends and future income? We’ll talk about it today on a show you don’t want to miss. MASTERING MONEY is on the air!