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downturn

a drop or reduction in the success of a business or economy
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The answer depends on a variety of factors, including how comfortable the client is seeing a portfolio's value drop during market downturns, what size annual withdrawals he or she plans to make during retirement and how much he or she can reduce withdrawals during periods when returns are low.
Historically, good, solid companies have always bounced back after market downturns," he says.
With SunDex Advantage, we wanted to facilitate income control and access to create an annuity where customers never worry about outliving their resources or having a market downturn erode their savings," said Mary Fay, Vice President and General Manager of Annuities at Sun Life.
We believe this balance allows investors to participate in the growth potential of stocks while maintaining the cushion that bonds can provide in stock market downturns.
Both Lifetime Five(SM) and Spousal Lifetime Five(SM) can help protect retirement income from market downturns, and help avoid the risk of outliving income.
Despite negative credit news over the past 18 months, including economic recession, stock market downturns, corporate bankruptcies, and downgrades within the general insurance sector, there have been few bond insured losses, and the risk profile of the financial guarantors' insured portfolio remains relatively low.