High-Yielding Portfolio

Posted by D4L | Saturday, January 14, 2012 | | 0 comments »

Stocks deliver their return as a mix of dividends and appreciation. For the average stock, the mix leans a little toward appreciation. But you could lean the other way. Trade away some of the growth for some current income. The list ranges from blue chips like Abbott and Kimberly-Clark to somewhat unsteadier performers like Federated Investors.

High-yield stocks make sense as a component of your tax-deferred account after you turn 70. They create the cash you need for mandatory withdrawals. That would save you periodically sending in sell orders to your broker. If you want to generate income to cover the rent, and the stocks are going into a tax-sheltered account, high-yielding stocks are the way to go.

Source: Forbes

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