What makes the stock examined in today’s article “a dream investment for retirees” in the eyes of the author – and one of their favorite high-yield picks right now? Among other things (including an attractive valuation and first-rate management team), the author notes the fact it’s “the most dominant blue-chip in its industry and has a recession-proof business model makes it a great high-yield, sleep well at night, or SWAN, stock.” For more on the stock in question – which sports a dividend yield of 7.1% – CLICK HERE.
You may have already established some resolutions for 2019 (and perhaps broken some – or all – of them already), but it’s not too late to make some critical resolutions involving your retirement planning – especially considering that, as a recent survey found, fewer than half of retirees believe that their nest egg is large enough. Given this finding, today’s article suggests three financial resolutions to make (and actually follow through on) for the sake of your retirement. For more, CLICK HERE.
Whether you’re accumulating for retirement or spending down your accumulations in retirement, a plethora of financial tasks await you this year. Noting that “The myriad tasks associated with maintaining an organized financial life seem daunting in list form, but more manageable when spread throughout the year”, the author of today’s article outlines a month-by-month approach to tackling these tasks that can be customized to suit your needs – as well as some important financial dates to remember. CLICK HERE.
“Today, we are at peak FIRE, perhaps similar to peak crypto reached in December 2017. Unfortunately, when you’re at the peak, there’s usually nowhere to go but down,” laments the author of today’s article, who warns that the FIRE (financial independence, retire early) movement “is in for a rude awakening” — and poised to be overtaken by a new retirement movement: DIRE (Delay, Inherit, Retire, Expire). CLICK HERE for more.
How do you keep your retirement from becoming compromised due to a decline in the stock market close to your retirement? This is the question the author of today’s article gave some thought to after his uncle, who is planning on retiring in 2019, lost around 30% of the value of his portfolio in a matter of weeks thanks to the stock market’s recent volatility. For his insights regarding both portfolio allocation and cash flows, CLICK HERE.
As the House of Representatives prepares to change hands in the new year, both the outgoing Republican chairman of the Ways and Means Committee and the presumed incoming Democratic chairman of the committee are proposing changes to retirement regulations – including changes pertaining to the risk of retirees outliving their savings. For more on these potential changes, how they could benefit retirement savers, and some of the potential issues with them, CLICK HERE.
“The challenging task of getting decades’ worth of savings to last a lifetime can be made more manageable with a single product: an income annuity,” notes the author of today’s article. However, despite this, income annuities have yet to really catch on with investors. Given this, the author proceeds to outline who may benefit from an income annuity (and who likely doesn’t need one), how much of one’s savings to consider putting in an income annuity, when (and how) to consider buying income annuities, and more. CLICK HERE.
What’s the best investment choice right now for investors who are retired or nearing retirement (and thus are looking for reliable income)? The author of today’s article notes that, while income investors turned to investments such as high-yield bonds, master limited partnerships, high-yield dividend stocks and more in recent years, “Today’s best investment choice for investors in or near retirement just might be one they heavily favored before the financial crisis but ignored in recent years.” For more, CLICK HERE.
When it comes to utility stocks, the author of today’s article notes that “Retirees have been favoring these stocks for years…and they have been handsomely rewarded.” But is it time for retirees to adjust their stance on utility stocks and look elsewhere for income? That’s the recommendation of the man behind a top-ranking newsletter. Why? And, if not utilities, which stocks does he recommend instead for “yield-hungry retirees”? CLICK HERE.
What are the biggest sources of financial regret among Americans who have retired or are nearing retirement? A recent study examined just that – and today’s article outlines its findings. More specifically, the author highlights ten “retirement killers” the study identified “that might not be so obvious in advance.” For these ten retirement killers – “and the probability that each one will leave you with saving regret after age 60” – CLICK HERE.