Three things happened around the time that the last two bear markets began: the 2-to-10-year part of the yield curve inverted briefly, the Federal Reserve cut interest rates for the first time in years, and the S&P 500 peaked in value, before plummeting from that peak. Sound familiar? However, while recession worries are mounting, the author of today’s article argues that a recession won’t necessarily wreck the retirements of those who are recently retired or nearing retirement – but something else might. For more, CLICK HERE.
“Perhaps the best stocks you can buy for your retirement portfolio are dividend stocks with strong long-term growth potential,” acknowledges the author of today’s article, who sees real estate investment trusts as offering some of the best opportunities in this regard despite their poor performance of late due to rising interest rates. Three REITs that the author sees as top picks are highlighted. To find out what these REITs are – including a healthcare REIT that has spun off its riskier assets and a retail REIT that leases to recession- and competition-resistant tenants – CLICK HERE.