The case for high yielding stocks – even if the dividend tax goes way up.
He says he’s positioned to ride out a mediocre market in coming years.
Here’s why it might be time for a low-volatility stock strategy:
Not a pretty picture
Lots of cash flowing back to shareholders.
Bill DeShurko, manager of the Dividend and Income Plus model, shares the screen he uses to help him find quality dividend stocks.
How much risk should an older baby boomer take in order to achieve an acceptable return?
High quality corporate bonds are key.
The model is dependent upon management’s ability to arbitrage short- and long-term interest rates, rather than stock market trends.