Invite a friend
Your Retirement: Boom or Bust?!? coming to Blair Memorial Library
Are you nearly 50 years old or better? This real-world presentation is organized to provide direction on how to get control over the management and oversight of your retirement assets.
No worn-out generalities or out-dated advice. Instead you will be instructed on two important themes:
1: how to differentiate between your assumptions about the future and what you actually do know, can know, and therefore control, 2: how to apply an ‘adaptive’ investment strategy that takes into account long-term secular and short-term cyclical market trends and their potential effects on your stock and bond returns during retirement.
Made possible with funding from the Investor Protection Trust in Washington D.C., through the Michigan Office of Financial and Insurance Regulation, all Investor Education In Your Community courses are non-commercial, free from sales pitches, and available to you through your library – at no cost. Developed and presented by Mark B. Robinson, CIMA®, AIFA® – an unparalleled and dynamic speaker who has instructed over 17,000 Michigan residents – you will receive quality information from a trusted source, without the worry that someone will try to ‘sell’ you something. It gets no better than this! Additional resources from MSU Extension, MESP, and GreenPath Debt Solutions will be available onsite.
|Where||Blair Memorial Library 416 N Main St, Clawson, MI 48017|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||6:30 pm–8:00 pm|
|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Singles, Everyone, Families, Seniors|
More About Blair Memorial Library
In 1929, the Blair family donated their house to be used as Clawson's public library. Decades later, the city sought to reconstruct the building to what would house up to 30,000 books. But the library's collection of books, audio CDs, DVDs and other items has since outgrown the building and the city passed a bond proposal in 2009 to expand the facility and do major renovations to both the exterior and interior. In the spring of 2010, construction began at the site and the building closed in late-July of that same year. The library reopened its doors to the public in November 2010 with new carpet, new computers, new tables, bathrooms, an additional 4,000 square feet and more. The library also has a children's and young adult section.