The author of today’s article has his entire life savings and net worth invested in his recession-proofed “real money retirement portfolio” and is highlighting his latest purchase – a low-risk, high-yield dividend blue chip that is currently significantly undervalued despite “its strong quality score, good long-term growth prospects, and solid management team”, creating the potential for it to deliver total returns around 20% over the next five years. For a comprehensive look at this stock the author describes as “a table-pounding buy right now”, CLICK HERE.
If there’s one word that aptly describes stock prices so far this year, that word is volatility. And, as today’s article points out, “ those saving for and those living in retirement are becoming increasingly fearful of putting their life savings at risk in markets that fall and rise as they have this year.” But is this fear warranted? The author outlines the findings of a study showing that, while stock market volatility has increased when measured on a daily basis, “when measured using monthly increments, there has been no discernable change in return volatility.” So, how should retirees and soon-to-be-retirees change their thinking and behavior when it comes to risk – and what do aspirin and golf swings have to do with it? CLICK HERE to find out.