What To Expect From The S&P 500 Over The Next 20 Years

 What does “Rate of Return” mean? Most of us understand the principle, but what about the meaning? 

Having a positive cash flow over a long period of time, 15 – 30 years, is what we all hope for!

But having a diverse portfolio where you have assets in the marketplace, through your work 401(k) or 503(b) and through no risk investments like a Knights of Columbus Guaranteed Annuity or Whole Life Insurance is a perfect balance towards anyone who truly wants to build wealth and retirement security later on in life. 

Always remember when it comes to your portfolio, the first rule of investing: diversification.

– From one of our Million Dollar Round Table Advisors

What To Expect From The S&P 500 Over The Next 20 Years

"In the 20-year period ending 2018, the S&P 500 has compounded at an inflation-adjusted 3%." - Wayne Duggan Benzinga, June 22, 2019, Yahoo! Finance

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