“If you want to have an income-rich retirement, you’ve got to have a diversified basket of dividend stocks that will deliver both capital appreciation and income growth,” states the author of today’s article – and this assertion is backed up by a study that looked at the returns of S&P 500 stocks over a 33-year period. The author proceeds to highlight what he deems to be the seven best stocks when it comes to this winning combination of above-average capital appreciation and income potential. To find out what these seven stocks are, CLICK HERE.
While the author of today’s article does not expect that the next bear market will be as painful as the last, he notes that those approaching or already in retirement still “need to keep a sharp eye on risk.” As such, he proceeds to highlight what he believes are the best stock funds for 2017 for retirees. Specifically, these are funds that should perform well in bear markets relative to their peers and which have low expense ratios, managers who invest heavily in them, and “solid risk-adjusted returns”. To read about these six stock funds, CLICK HERE.