January 12, 2012 at 09:48 AM EST
Dividend Stock ETF, Asset Allocation Portfolios For The Coming Decade
By MyPlanIQ : As world wide deleveraging process is in full swing, investors are facing a big dilemma for their retirement investments including 401K investments, IRA investments or taxable investments. On one hand, companies with high growth perspective (such as small companies) are expected to slow down in their earnings growth. With current not too cheap stock market valuation, high growth stocks are losing their appeal in the coming decade. On the other hand, bonds are now offering meager yields. The two traditional portfolio growth assets will not only not do well, they will also subject investors to highly volatile portfolio capital swing. Companies that pay steady dividends usually have solid cash flows and wide moats in their business. In equity investing, these high quality companies are the only place to be in the coming decade, as advocated by great investors Bill Gross, Jeremy Grantham and others. We maintain an investment plan called Complete Story »
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