How To Build A Dividend Portfolio To Fund Your Retirement

2019-04-14 20_50_45-WindowWhen it comes to funding his retirement, the author of today’s article intends to do it with the dividend income his equity portfolio generates, noting that “Dividend payments are more stable than share prices and the potential for capital gains, which makes them an ideal source of income for retirement. Historically, US dividend growth has exceeded the rate of inflation. This means that dividend income not only maintains purchasing power, but increases it over time.” As for how to go about creating a portfolio of dividend stocks to live off of in retirement, he lays out his process, which begins with having “the end goal in mind”. For more, CLICK HERE.

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Achieve A Dividend-Funded Retirement In 10 Years With This Process

2018-07-29 16_16_40-500+ Beautiful Old Age Photos · Pexels · Free Stock Photos“The goal of every dividend investor is to generate a sufficient stream of passive dividend income, that would adequately cover their expenses,” notes the author of today’s article –who proceeds to outline a process by which someone looking to retire in 10 years could attain this goal “even if you picked average companies.” For the five guidelines to follow in this process – and how they can be implemented to retire in 10 years – CLICK HERE.

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Dividend Champions On The Cheap

2018-02-10 18_58_29-Free stock photos of win · PexelsIf you are in the pre-retirement accumulation phase, the recent market selloffs offer an opportunity to purchase your future retirement dividend income at a bargain. As such, the author of today’s article screened the list of dividend champions, using a number of criteria to identify quality dividend companies that may be worthy of further consideration by bargain-hunting retirement accumulators. For the 30 dividend champions that passed the screen, CLICK HERE.

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The TRUE Path To Dividend Income

2017-08-13 10_26_17-Free stock photo of binocular, country lane, filterFANG stocks are certainly sexy, exciting and have been incredible performers in recent years. However, if your key investment objective is dividend income, the author of today’s article argues that you should be focusing on a different (albeit far less sexy and exciting) acronym: TRUE. While the FANG acronym represents four specific stocks, TRUE represents the four stock sectors that the author sees as “the lifeblood of dividend-equity portfolios”. To read more about the TRUE path to dividend income, CLICK HERE.

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