Dividends4Life: 5 Cheap Dividend Stocks to Grow Your Retirement Portfolio

So today, we’re going to take the long view, starting with a strategy you can use to steadily bulk up your nest egg—even if you’re 10 years or less out from retiring—and trigger a reliable income stream once you do. Then I’m going to reveal 5 of my favorite dividend-growth retirement stocks to buy now. “Wait a minute,” you’re may be thinking. “Aren’t dividend payers going to get crushed as interest rates rise?” This year’s rate hysteria looks a lot like last year’s, when Janet Yellen said she’d raise rates four times in 2016. The futures markets were betting on two. Now is the time to get greedy for yield and dividend growth—starting with the five stocks I’ll show you...

one of the long-term buys I recommend now, Intel Corporation (INTC). The company can easily keep that up and boost its payout for years to come. General Motors Corporation (GM) will be fine no matter what happens with Mexico. Even first-level investors get that: here’s what the stock’s done since Trump took aim at GM. If you’re worried Trump’s trade policies mean trouble for US multinationals, now’s the time to buy midcap stocks like First American Financial Corp (FAF). REITs did fine in the last rising-rate period, from July 2004 through June 2006. Today, a great play in the space is American Tower Corp (AMT).Tanger Factory Outlet Centers Inc. (SKT) owns 42 open-air shopping centers in 21 states. The stock yields 3.4% today.

Source: InvestorPlace

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