In this week’s episode of his groundbreaking YouTube series State of the Market, Chief Income Strategist Marc Lichtenfeld does something rare…
He lifts the curtain on three of his favorite stocks right now: some of the safest, highest-paying dividend stocks available for investors today.
These three Perpetual Dividend Raisers can help you keep your savings secure while fighting inflation and generating life-changing income.
Traditionally, income investors who need security have looked to the 10-year Treasury to do the job.
But since rates peaked in the 1980s, it’s been a bumpy ride all the way down to the bottom.
Now yielding less than 1%, the 10-year Treasury is no longer the generous payer nor the safe haven that it used to be.
You can do better…
But you can also do better than chasing after sky-high yields that don’t have solid businesses to back them up.
After all, no one wants to get surprised with a dividend cut.
But the three Perpetual Dividend Raisers Marc reveals in this week’s State of the Market have proved their commitment to providing steady payouts for shareholders.
With dividend-raising track records dating as far back as 22 years, these three winners – hailing from the energy, real estate and banking sectors – promise income that investors can count on.
Marc has spent more than two decades tracking the highest, safest yields on the market, earning the title of America’s No. 1 income expert. His book Get Rich with Dividends was named Book of the Year by the Institute for Financial Literacy.
His signature 10-11-12 System provides a framework that everyday investors can use to harness these yields into a reliable retirement income plan.
By selecting stocks with high but safe yields, you can use the 10-11-12 System to transform your portfolio, earning 11% on your money within 10 years or as much as 12% in 10 years with dividends reinvested.
Your return grows with each passing year thanks to the power of compounding. As you reinvest your dividends back into your original positions, they begin to buy more shares, which generate more dividends…
Here’s what steady growth of an initial $10,100 investment looks like after 10 years of reinvesting the quarterly dividend of a healthy dividend raiser whose stock price remains completely flat…
Marc explains exactly how to achieve this growth in his international bestseller Get Rich with Dividends.
Treasurys, certificates of deposit and savings accounts have let investors down as the years have gone by.
But companies that issue dividends have a vested interest in delivering for shareholders – and with Perpetual Dividend Raisers like the three Marc reveals in this week’s State of the Market, you can build your dream retirement regardless of where interest rates are tomorrow.