America’s healthcare system is going through huge changes in preparation for the growing medical demands of the Baby Boomer generation. Over the next three decades, the United States will see unprecedented growth in its senior population as the Baby Boomer generation (born between 1946-1964) ages. Increases in healthcare demands will be seen throughout the healthcare industry, with the greatest impacts anticipated in hospitals, skilled nursing, assisted living, and residential care facilities.
Retirement planning can be pretty challenging if you have not prepared ahead of time. It is important to assess your savings for retirement throughout but it becomes more critical during the retirement red zone. Ten years before or after retirement are regarded as a red zone by financial professionals. How your retirement portfolio behaves during this time determines your standard of living after you retire.
If you want to save your hard earned money, you’ll have to learn how to jump through legal hoops in the tax code. The latest of these is the SECURE Act signed by President Trump. Among the most efficient ways to make the greatest use of your money is fixed index annuities. The SECURE Act, for the first time, lets you roll up your 401(k) and other savings accounts into a tax-free annuity.
A year-end performance review of Durig’s Portfolio Solutions, designed to help you earn income, covering some of the key benefits that each can provide. The following portfolios will be reviewed in this article:
- Fixed Income 2 (FX2) Managed Income Portfolio
- Dividend Aristocrats – High Dividends & Growth Over Time
- Income Aristocrats – Multi-Asset Income Portfolio
- Dogs of the Dow – High Blue Chip Dividends
- Dogs of the S&P 500 – Blue Chip Dividends
Fixed Income 2 (FX2) Managed Income Portfolio
In this review, Durig examines the ways in which holding a diverse portfolio of dividend paying, high quality blue chip stocks can help to provide investors some much needed stability.
- Lifetime Return of 14.06%
- Average Dividend Yield of 3.34%
Quality Investments That Deliver
As trade tensions between the US and China continue to plague financial markets, investors are looking for high quality investments that can still deliver.
Durig has found the solution; blue chip dividend stocks.
Many employers today offer retirement plans to their employees, very commonly set up as a 401k plan. These retirement plans can be an excellent way for investors to build their retirement with help from their employer, but there are many pitfalls to be had if the plan administrator does not understand what to watch out for.
In this special review, Durig benchmarks the performance of its three unique blue chip equity portfolios, the Dogs of the Dow, Dogs of the S&P 500, and the Dividend Aristocrats, all of which are designed to capture high quality blue chip dividends of some of the most reputable companies on wall street.
With interest rates continuing to fall and attractive yields becoming increasingly difficult to find, many investors are turning away from conventional fixed income investments such as US Treasuries.
A review and performance recap of Durig’s highly successful Dividend Aristocrats Portfolio that also compares the portfolio to another aristocratic dividend portfolio. The Dividend Aristocrats Portfolio was also designed with income stability in mind, maintaining investment focus on only higher quality blue chip companies known as “Aristocrats.”
October Performance Highlights
- Average Dividend Yield of 3.51%
- Lifetime return of 9.44%
- Excess Return of 3.27% (vs. benchmark)*
- Alpha of 7.95 (vs. benchmark*)
- Beta of 0.18 (vs. benchmark*)
Many retire people want to become self employed and they just don’t know how to do it. They would love the freedom of working at home and scheduling work around their other retirement schedules of walks, golfing, or coffee with friends.