What are the most reliable stocks for retirees? Today’s article seeks to answer this question by looking at two articles from Kiplinger, one featuring a “group of retirement stocks that includes both pure income plays and growth companies, with a focus on very-long-term performance and durability”, and a second highlighting 20 dividend stocks that “should fund at least 20 years of retirement, if not more. They have paid uninterrupted dividends for more than 20 consecutive years, appear to have secure payouts and have the potential to collectively grow… dividends to protect investors’ purchasing power.” For more, CLICK HERE.
They’re not likely to help you become rich, but they can help you maintain your purchasing power. Today’s article provides an examination of TIPS (treasury inflation-protected securities), a form of U.S. Treasury bond which serves as an investment option for those who are worried about their money losing its purchasing power due to inflation (such as investors who are in or approaching retirement). To read more about the pros (e.g. the two ways in which they pay off) and cons (e.g. their “irksome” tax issues) of TIPS – as well as why the best way to invest in TIPS may be through mutual funds or exchange-traded funds – CLICK HERE.