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Laddering

Laddering is stretching out, in equal amounts, the maturity dates of fixed income investments; only a portion of one’s principle gets reinvested in any given year. The laddering technique is a prudent way of protecting one’s income stream in a declining rate environment. Laddering smoothes the income fluctuations in your account, protecting you from rolling over your entire portfolio in a low rate environment. It also eliminates the game of trying to predict future interest rates. The negative is that it’s rigid, and limits diversification as well as benefits, from an upward spike in rates.

 

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