“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.
“In many ways, retirees seem perfectly positioned to succeed as entrepreneurs,” states today’s article – pointing out that, among other things, retirees have the wisdom that comes from experience, and are more aware of their strengths and weaknesses. However, it also points out that “what retired entrepreneurs don’t have is time…to recover if their entrepreneurial efforts fail.” As such, the author outlines five questions retirees contemplating a shot at entrepreneurship should ask themselves in order to ensure that both their new business venture and their nest egg are protected. What are these critical questions? CLICK HERE to read more.