1 edition of Unveiling the retirement myth found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Jim C. Otar|
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|Number of Pages||525|
Jim Otar "Unveiling the Retirement Myth" Anyone read the book "Unveiling the Retirement Myth"? It's only $ and although a long book and full of statistics on retirement, it's a good read for anyone with FIRE in mind. Don't worry, the book is entertaining as well, not dry. Unveiling the retirement myth: advanced retirement planning based on market history, Jim C. Otar. , Toronto Public Library.
After spending several years in engineering and investing for his own account, he started his financial planning career in He is the author of several books; the most recent one is Unveiling. The books will bust established myths about the market – its so-called efficiency, mean reversion, and the way we measure risk and reward – not with opinions, but with data. 1 Unveiling The Retirement Myth – Jim Otar.
This is a guest blog by By Steve Thorpe. (Part two of this review, Steve Thorpe’s compilation of the best advice and insights from Unveiling the Retirement Myth by Jim Otar, will run tomorrow.). For individual investors planning for retirement, basing those plans on averages just doesn’t cut it. After spending several years in engineering and investing for his own account, he started his financial planning career in He is the author of several books; the most recent one is Unveiling the Retirement Myth Advanced Retirement Planning based on Market History. It is a non-Gaussian approach to retirement planning.
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He is the author of three books; his most recent is Unveiling the Retirement Myth - Advanced Retirement Planning based on Market History. Inhe published the High Expectations & False Dreams - One Hundred Years of Stock Market History Applied to Retirement Planning.
His first book was about Canadian dividend reinvestment plans/5(17). Unveiling The Retirement Myth. Here is a fresh look at lifelong retirement income planning, based on years of market history. Extensive research shows that many of the fundamental concepts used in the current retirement planning practice are mostly useless/5.
This book is based on my research of retirement planning involving one hundred and nine years of market history. It provides comprehensive analysis of methods and strategies for retirement Size: 5MB. He wrote a book Unveiling the Retirement Myth on retirement income planning: how to make your retirement portfolio last as long as you do when you are living off your savings and investments in retirement.
The book has received all five-star reviews on Amazon. People on the Bogleheads and Early Retirement forums also liked it.
The book Unveiling The Retirement Myth by Jim Otar does a great job on explaining the distribution stage, in detail, with actual numbers. You can buy the print version at Amazon, but it’s pretty pricey at $ (My library system didn’t carry it.) Or you can download the pdf from his website Retirement Optimizer for a reasonable $ I just finished the book 'Unveiling the Retirement Myth Advanced Retirement Planning Based on Market History' by Jim C.
Otar. Jim is a financial planner from Toronto, and based on the sheer volume of calculations and models in this book, some kind of rain-man. This is without a doubt one of the most thorough, detailed, researched, and interesting retirement books I have ever read.
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I’m still recovering from holidays, but I did see today that retirement specialist Jim Otar has made his book Unveiling The Retirement Myth available in PDF format for free until January 9, Here is the direct download link (expired).
I haven’t read it, but from I can gather it seems targeted at those DIY investors who are carefully planning the withdrawal phase of retirement, and. Jim Otar is a financial planner in Canada. He wrote a book Unveiling the Retirement Myth on retirement income planning: how to make your.
(Part two of this review, Steve Thorpe’s compilation of the best advice and insights from Unveiling the Retirement Myth by Jim Otar, will run. He takes about pages to debunk the "myth" of retirement planning.
The "myth" is that planning to withdraw retirement funds is just like planning to accumulate retirement funds/5(10).
He is the author of three books; his most recent is Unveiling the Retirement Myth - Advanced Retirement Planning based on Market History.
Inhe published the High Expectations & False Dreams - One Hundred Years of Stock Market History Applied to Retirement Planning. His first book was about Canadian dividend reinvestment plans/5(10).
Unveiling the Retirement Myth: Order "Unveiling the Retirement Myth", my page book about retirement income planning based on non-Gaussian philosophy, including numerous worked examples. Paperback version is sold out; only the pdf version is available to purchase.
Mr Otar's book is quite technical and will not appeal to " Financial Professionals" who are hooked on providing Retirement Planning using the tools that are popular today. He discusses the essential mathmatical formulas that apply to the planning process and explains how to use the results of those formulas to develop a realistic retirement /5.
Jim C. Otar is the author of Unveiling The Retirement Myth ( avg rating, 23 ratings, 1 review, published ) and High Expectations & False Dreams (/5. Jim C. Otar is a retired financial advisor and a retired engineer. He is the author of several books, the latest one is "Unveiling the Retirement Myth - Advanced Retirement Planning based on Market History".
His articles are published in various magazines in Canada, U.S. and Australia. Unveiling the Retirement Myth. This book has advanced topics but we can still consider it an investing book because of how masterfully it distills complex topics into basic language readable by an investor of any level.
This book is my favorite investing book I’ve read in over ten years. This is just a quick note to let you know that you can download a free electronic copy (direct link to pdf) of Jim Otar’s book “Unveiling the Retirement Myth.” This book sells for $ on Amazon, and is currently rated 5 stars by the six individuals who.
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This required tower strength analogy is then applied to building and managing a portfolio designed to sustain ones retirement.Jim C. Otar, is an expert in retirement income planning. After spending several years in engineering, he started his financial planning career in Jim authored several books including, Unveiling the Retirement Myth - Advanced Retirement Planning Based on Market History.
Jim holds the certified financial planner (CFP).