Reliable And Rising Income: 20 Dividend Stocks For Retired And Near-Retirement Boomers

2019-10-19 23_14_19-blue, yellow, and red hot air balloon photo – Free Hot air balloon Image on Unsp“In a world where interest rates are so low and uncertainty seems to be the norm, baby boomers need to look for stable dividend stocks that can compete with the current income of longer-term Treasury notes and bonds and for businesses that should grow to offer some capital appreciation over time as well,” notes the author of today’s article, who proceeds to highlight 20 dividend stocks – most of which are dividend growers – that offer retired and near-retirement boomers reliable and rising income. For more, CLICK HERE.

How These 6 “Obscure” Funds Can Provide Income And Growth For Retirement

2018-09-06 11_13_34-100+ Great Cash Photos · Pexels · Free Stock PhotosToday’s article outlines how an initial investment of $300,000 in six specific funds (from “an obscure corner of the market”) can create a significant, reliable income stream for retirement. Specifically, “this portfolio has a 7.9% yield, meaning our $305,000 initial investment is going to give us $24,000 in annual income—that’s $2,000 per month!” Moreover, these six funds offer growth in addition to income, with impressive annualized returns over the last decade. For more, CLICK HERE.

A Better Way To Consistent Dividend Growth In Retirement

2018-06-10 21_23_06-Plant Pictures · Pexels · Free Stock PhotosThe Vanguard Dividend Appreciation ETF, which seeks to track companies that have consistently increased their dividends for ten consecutive years, may seem like a great pick for retirees looking for reliable income. As today’s article points out, however, there is a problem: despite holding companies that have a track record of raising their dividends for ten consecutive years, the ETF itself has not done the same. Why can’t retirees rely on this fund to consistently pay out ever-increasing dividends – and what ETF does the author highlight as possibly being a better alternative? CLICK HERE.