5 Monthly Dividends Stocks to Buy for Retirement

The only way you avoid the retirement crisis is by creating a dividend income stream and the best way to do that is through these monthly dividend stocks! I’ll show you how to build monthly dividend income and the best stocks to buy.

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There is a retirement crisis in America with one-in-five living on nothing but social security in retirement. That’s not the way to spend your golden years! The only way out of this nightmare is to create a portfolio of dividend stocks that will help you pay the bills every single month.

In this video, I’ll show you how to find the best dividend stocks for retirement. I’ll show you the difference between a retirement dividend portfolio and how to get monthly dividends. I’ll then share two monthly dividend funds that will lower your risk and produce a high yield before revealing five dividend stocks that pay monthly and offer dividend yields as high as 10% a year.

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There are two things you want to remember when picking monthly dividend stocks for retirement. First is that these stocks are going to be different from those you invested in earlier for growth. For retirement investments, you want dividend stocks that are going to offer more cash flow and safety.

You also need to be diversified across different business types. Most monthly dividend stocks are in just a few business models; REITs, BDCs and MLPs. Investing in only these may give you those monthly dividend payments but it will be a very risky portfolio. That’s why I like using the two monthly dividend funds to broaden out my exposure to stocks in other industries.

Finally, realize that the best monthly dividend stocks may not be the ones with the highest dividend yield. Look at the total return on the stock over the last five years as well. If the annual return is less than the yield, that means investors have actually lost money on the share price. The top dividend stocks will put cash in your pocket plus help your portfolio grow.

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1:30 How to Pick Monthly Dividend Stocks for Retirement
2:15 Dangers in Monthly Dividend Investments
3:46 Best Monthly Dividend Funds to Buy
6:59 Top Monthly Dividend Stocks to Buy
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Joseph Hogue, CFA spent nearly a decade as an investment analyst for institutional firms and banks. He now helps people understand their financial lives through debt payoff strategies, investing and ways to save more money. He has appeared on Bloomberg and on sites like CNBC and Morningstar. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation and is a veteran of the Marine Corps.

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