Brodie Johnson Merrill Lynch: Investing for Semi-Retirement

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For a large part of Brodie Johnson's career, he was the director and head of residual trading for Merrill Lynch. More recently, he became semi-retired and started pursuing his own investment strategies and consulting work.

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Investing for Semi-Retirement Brodie Johnson Merrill Lynch

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Brodie Johnson Merrill Lynch For a large part of Brodie Johnsons career he was the director and head of residual trading for Merrill Lynch. More recently he became semi-retired and started pursuing his own investment strategies and consulting work.

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Investing for Semi-Retirement If you’re considering investing for semi-retirement the following advice might help point you in the right direction:

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Investing for Semi-Retirement Investing in a managed portfolio has allowed many semi-retired professionals like Brodie Johnson to step back from their full-time careers. And they do it without giving up income or facing fnancial uncertainty.

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Speak to a fnancial advisor Sitting down with a trusted fnancial advisor will allow you to defne your goals clearly think about how much you have to invest and whether or not your decision is fnancially sound.

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Consider utilizing technology. T echnology has now made it possible for your investment plan to work on autopilot. Sophisticated robo-advisors can help both novice and experienced investors.

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Brodie Johnson Merrill Lynch Brodie Johnson left his investment banking career at Merrill Lynch. He’s now a semi-retired consultant.

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Brodie Johnson Merrill Lynch Brodie Johnson excelled in his career as an investment baking professional with Merrill Lynch but he is now semi-retired.

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