via The Globe and Mail | November 10, 2014
With stock markets stumbling, people who have recently retired, or are about to, may be eyeing their savings nervously.
After all, withdrawing money from a shrinking pool early on in their retirement years could have a devastating effect later on. They could run out of savings.
Fortunately for those who plan to live off the income and capital of their investments, there are well thought-out suggestions on how to avoid these problems. They fall into a category that experts call the sequence of investment returns.