2 Top Stocks for Retirees

Investing for retirement income requires a conservative approach to picking stocks. Volatile growth stocks might not protect the principal of your investment, and high-dividend securities might be too pricey to buy. On the other hand, if you’re in it for income, there isn’t much point in buying shares in a company that doesn’t pay a dividend or grow rapidly enough to justify holding onto for just a few years.
There’s no substitute for a well-diversified portfolio, but there are a couple of long…

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