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Category: Indexed Annuities

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FOXBusiness – What Rising Interest Rates Mean for Annuities

April 13, 2017

The following are excerpts from a FOXBusiness article titled, “What Rising Interest Rates Mean for Annuities,” by Casey Dowd. “Annuities can serve to be an important leg in your retirement portfolio no matter what the current interest rates are. It is difficult to determine the perfect time to invest in an annuity, but with a… Read more

TheStreet – Too Good to Be True? Six Realities Financial Advisers Need to Know About Index Annuities

March 04, 2017

AnnuityAdvantage Founder and CEO, Ken Nuss, quoted in recent TheStreet article by Brian O’Connell. Here are a few snippets for your review: “The Dow Jones Industrial Average is at record highs, stretching almost toward 22,000 on Monday, February 27, and financial advisors may be starting to mull over ways to protect clients if the stock market,… Read more

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A Way to Get Some Stock-Market Upside without Any Downside

Fixed indexed annuities are complex financial products offering a way to protect principal while still getting growth. With the stock market seeming to reach new highs almost daily, investors face a quandary. They want to profit if the market stays strong. But many, especially older Americans, also fear the market is due for a major… Read more

2016 Barron’s Top 50 Annuities

June 29, 2016

The following are excerpts from a Barron’s article titled, “Top 50 Annuities for 2016,” by Karen Hube. AnnuityAdvantage.com is referenced as a Source for the article. Barron’s compiled a list of 50 of the most competitive, top-rated annuities as of the start of this month. We looked for products with high payouts or rates and… Read more

Mutual Funds vs Fixed Indexed Annuities

When looking into investing in the stock market, one popular choice has been mutual funds. Increasingly however, many investors are opting for a fixed indexed annuity instead. There are many good reasons for this growing popularity of indexed annuities. A fixed indexed annuity is a retirement savings option where clients are given the ability to… Read more

Fixed Indexed Annuities and Hybrid Annuities and Income Riders, Oh My!

A fixed indexed annuity is a type of deferred annuity that credits interest based on the performance of a stock market index, such as the S&P 500. The policyholder’s funds are not actually invested in the stock market, but rather, the performance of the market index the annuity is tied to functions as one of… Read more

Index Annuities – Enhance Your Retirement Savings with an Indexed Annuity

An indexed annuity, also called a fixed indexed annuity, is an insurance contract that provides you with the opportunity to enjoy interest rates that are tied to the performance of a stock market index, such as the S&P 500, without the worry of losing any of your money in a downturn. Your original principal and… Read more

Equity Indexed Annuities – Now Called a Fixed Index Annuity

Equity Indexed Annuities were first introduced in 1995 as an innovative new product design that allowed individuals to earn interest based on the performance of a stock market index, most commonly the S&P 500, without any of the downside risk. Starting in 2006, the industry began renaming the product, removing the word equity, to help… Read more

2015 Barron’s Top 50 Annuities

June 25, 2015

Following are selections from a Barron’s article titled, “The Best Annuities,” by Karen Hube. AnnuityAdvantage.com is referenced as a Source for the article. Investors are realizing what academics have long preached: Fixed income annuities outshine all retirement income options. The appetite for guaranteed retirement income is reshaping the industry, and drawing investors away from the… Read more

Avoiding Market Vertigo: AnnuityAdvantage.com Warns Retirement Investors Against Heavy Rotation Into Equities

April 16, 2013

MEDFORD, Ore., April 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Some market analysts are predicting a so-called “Great Rotation” out of bonds and into stocks, while others believe that continual market uncertainty will lead to most investors staying put. In either case, the endgame may be less than ideal for those who have diligently and wisely saved for… Read more