By Regarded Solutions : So tell me where it is written that a dividend growth investor should NOT have Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL ) as a core holding in their portfolio for retirement? I have heard that the yield is too low (2% as of now), that the company has not proven itself as a steady dividend
young, had just two children, and never divorced. To be clear, I'm not suggesting social engineering as a retirement strategy , but the reality is that milestone events in life have an outsized impact on one's financial well-being
By Regarded Solutions : To further enhance my dividend growth portfolio, and to increase income, I am not the average hardcore dividend growth investor. I will selectively add a few high yielding stocks, knowing they carry added risk, but be confident in my ability to monitor these "dividend ...
Series generally don’t use underlying funds that have Negative ratings; the Negative-rated AllianceBernstein Retirement Strategy series is somewhat of an exception, though not technically so. Rather than investing in funds, the series invests
By Regarded Solutions : About ten days ago, I wrote this article about how chasing yield could be hazardous to your financial health. The article set off a firestorm of differing opinions about having a completely high yield dividend stock portfolio and the proclivity of the average newly retired
By Joe Springer : The Best Passive Retirement Strategy In The World Is...a 7 year CD ladder and the Vanguard mid-cap ETF ( VO ), sell enough VO on a gain every couple of years
benefits and the wife as the care-giving parent could also get a benefit regardless of her age. So while the retirement strategy may not work for a wide age span, sometimes dependent benefits can work. Now let's say you flip it. Let
Author has almost 10,000 followers, may be worth a read. http://seekingalpha.com/article/2214713- retirement - strategy -dividends-are-passive-income-generators-for-retirement
to summarize their own retirement strategies in 140 characters or ..... thread or share your own retirement strategy (remember: brevity ..... Other posters said their retirement strategies revolve around both saving ..... want." Darwinian 's retirement strategy packs a punch with just
No credit card debt; invest 60% equities, 40% bonds/cash, withdraw no more than 4% of portfolio in any given year, do not increase withdrawal for inflation, the portfolio will grow on its own to account for inflation.