When it comes to investing for retirement, we’re all looking for the perfect investment. Unfortunately, nobody wants to invest in something with a low return and high risk. That’s why so many people are turning to alternative investment such as bonds and mutual funds. But what if there was a way to diversify your portfolio and secure your financial stability in retirement?
Two of your biggest investment in retirement are Social Security and your 401(k). Both of these provide a steady stream of income, but they’re not exactly what we look for in a retirement investment. Social Security is a government-funded program, and 401(k)s are generally invest in the stock market. This can be a risk proposition, as stock market volatility can lead to losses.
Shouldn’t there be other options for invest who want to diversify their holdings and fortify their income in retirement? When rates top, P/Es crater and nobody wants to own these things other than calculated income invest like us. What if there was an alternative investment option that provided stability, liquidity, and the potential for long-term growth?