(PRWEB) September 20, 2012
"When you stop working, life changes. Your approach to investing also needs to change," said Jason.
Award-winning author of "The AARP Retirement Survival Guide: How To Make Smart Financial Decisions in Good Times and Bad," (Sterling Pub.) and "Managing Retirement Wealth: An Expert Guide to Personal Portfolio Management in Good Times and Bad," (Sterling Pub.), Jason will address how investment decision-making in retirement differs from earlier years.
"Picking winners becomes less important. Creating income for a lifetime becomes a priority," said Jason. "How to do that when markets are uncertain is a skill that can be learned by every retiree who makes the effort to refocus his or her attention on the big-picture."
Jason will discuss the mindset of successful retirees who realize that they must revise their investment decision-making process from stock-picking to portfolio management.
"There is always room for improvement," said Jason. "Sometimes, all it takes is a fresh perspective."
Jason's AARP book was recognized by Booklist (American Library Association) as a top ten business book for 2010 and received a number of other literary awards. Both books are the recipients of the prestigious EIFLE award for Excellence in Financial Literacy Education.