Today’s article outlines a mutual fund portfolio for aggressive retirement savers – i.e. investors who are still many years away from retirement (or who are closer to retirement but already have their in-retirement income needs covered). As the author notes, these individuals can “reasonably hold more in potentially more volatile subasset classes, such as small-cap stocks and foreign stocks and bonds… With less concern for short-term portfolio gyrations, they can benefit from the extra diversification and potentially higher returns that these subasset classes can provide.” For more on the Aggressive Retirement Saver portfolio, CLICK HERE.
The author of today’s article highlights three ETFs that, together, he believes provide the perfect retirement strategy. How? One invests in short-term, investment-grade bonds, one invests in high-yielding dividend stocks, and one invests in the top growing companies in the S&P 500. Here’s what the author has to say: “With a three-pronged strategy of bond, dividend growth, and capital growth-focused investments from these ETFs, you can balance your short-term need for income with your longer-term need for growth. That combination can give your retirement portfolio the tools it needs to put more money in your pocket throughout your retirement.” To find out what these three ETFs are, and to read more about how to effectively manage them for a secure retirement, CLICK HERE.