One popular approach to retirement investing has long been bond ladders, but this tried and true method has always had a few drawbacks. One is inflation risk. Another is the difficulty of creating a diversified portfolio because of the minimum price for buying bonds.

Also, it’s not easy to invest the interest earned. Unless you’re a millionaire, chances are you have to wait some time until you’ve earned enough interest to make another bond purchase.

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