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These pitfalls could derail clients' retirement Including volatile stocks in a retirement portfolio is a risky move for investors because it could hurt their nest eggs when stocks fumble and push their retirements to a later date, says Matt Frankel, an expert with The Motley Fool. Buying stocks or investing in the markets using loaned money can also derail their retirement, since the losses would be bigger with failed investments, says Dan Dzombak. Many people also put their retirement at risk if they get directly involved in their children's financial troubles, says Dan Caplinger. --The Motley Fool
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