How An Early Retiree Is Taking Stock Of His 2018 Losses – And Preparing For A Potentially Even Worse 2019

2019-01-20 15_45_21-WindowDespite being very conservative and diversified, the author of today’s article’s retirement portfolio did slightly worse than the Dow last year, with every single one of his holdings (other than cash) posting a loss – his worst return since 2008. Having lost 10% of his net worth, and believing that 2019 could be even worse for the markets than 2018, how is this early retiree coping? For his current holdings, his second thoughts on 2018, and how he’s responding to warning signals for 2019, CLICK HERE.

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3 Healthcare REITs With Rich Yields For Retirees

2018-09-25 19_41_11-500+ Beautiful Health Photos · Pexels · Free Stock Photos“The number of Americans over 65 years of age is expected to double to around 98 million by 2060,” notes the author of today’s article – making the three high-yielding real estate investment trusts he proceeds to highlight (each of which owns medical buildings or housing facilities that will be in increasing demand as the country ages) potentially ideal investments for retirees and near-retirees. For these three high-yield healthcare REITs – sporting yields up to 8.7% – CLICK HERE.

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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.

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Taking Stock Of Your Retirement Income Strategy

2018-05-05 20_39_51-50+ Interesting Planner PhotosYet another research report has found that a majority of baby boomers do not feel prepared for retirement – and today’s article suggests that one critical factor underlying the position that these boomers find themselves in is a lack of investment in stocks, with the author noting that “The ownership of the vast majority of equity returns in the hands of a small percentage of Americans in part explains why so many boomers are not feeling the recovery.” In addition to increasing their stake in stocks, what else can Americans do to boost their sense of retirement security? CLICK HERE.

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Shaping Up A Retirement Savings Shortfall

2018-04-19 19_37_13-Free stock photos of empty glass · PexelsA disturbingly large number of Americans are underprepared – “massively underprepared”, as the author of today’s article puts it – when it comes to their retirement savings. What can these individuals do about their predicament? The author advises that, while “there is no one-size-fits-all solution for those who are underprepared for retirement…the best approach likely includes some combination of the three strategies outlined here.” For these three strategies for contending with a retirement savings shortfall – including the strategy that “leads to a far better outcome than a doubling of your investment returns” – CLICK HERE.

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