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A well-designed retirement portfolio has multiple layers of defence against a stock market correction.

One is a cash holding to cover financial emergencies. Another is a mini-ladder of guaranteed investment certificates that mature in one and two years. Each GIC holds enough to cover one year’s living expenses. If stocks tank, you have time to let things recover because your expenses are covered by safe investments.

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