Thousands of Southerners Planted Trees for Retirement. It Didn’t Work.
This WSJ article goes in our file of examples of clients who had investment ideas that went wrong. Surprisingly, it is a Starkville, Mississippi written piece in The Wall Street Journal about the downfall of tree farmers relying exclusively on timber crops for retirement money.
Contact us to discuss where hard assets such as timber fit into a financial plan. If you already own timber, let us help you avoid a retirement snafu.
To read this article, click here.
Links are being provided for information purposes only. Raymond James is not affiliated with and does not endorse, authorize or sponsor any of the listed websites or their respective sponsors. Raymond James is not responsible for the content of any website or the collection or use of information regarding any website’s users and/or members.