Meet (And Beat?) “The Four Horsemen Of The Retirement Apocalypse”

2018-02-25 23_02_11-Life Images · Pexels · Free Stock Photos“Basically, retirees, whether they and their advisors realize it or not, are staring four problems squarely in the face: historically high stock valuations, low bond yields, increased longevity, and increasingly expensive health care,” states the author of today’s article in regards to the four problems that one financial advisor is calling “the four horsemen of the retirement apocalypse.” He proceeds to delve into each of these four issues – and identifies some possible strategies for countering them. For more, CLICK HERE.

3 Potential Stocks For The Retiree’s Portfolio

2016-07-17 free stock photosWhile today’s article takes the position that stocks should still be a major part of the investment strategies of retirees, it acknowledges that “certain stocks work better in retirees’ portfolios than others.” As such, the three contributors each highlight one of their favorite stocks for retirement. To read more about these stocks – which include a real estate investment trust that invests in retail properties with high-quality tenants with businesses that are resistant to economic downturns and an energy stock “with tremendous financial predictability, even when there are huge swings in energy prices” – CLICK HERE.