I have a completely different philosophy of the pension reserves than almost anyone in the financial markets.
The prevailing wisdom is that the preponderance of bonds to generate income and to supposedly reduce the volatility in the overall portfolio. This is terrible advice, mainly because bonds and bond funds are actually more volatile than stocks.
The other terrible advice given to current and deferred pensioners, that Pension investors should plough money into blue chip stocks that pay dividends of 2% to 3%.
This is also terrible advice, because as long as the Federal reserve reduced the yield of large pension investors moved further out the risk curve in these actions, urging them to levels that are unsustainable.
The stock is likely to fall in the next few years by significant amounts, more than enough to erase from the earth all the dividends are paid. That’s why I chose a certain set of stocks that go against the established grain of the pension, but it should be in your portfolio.
Editor’s note: this story was originally published on March 12, 2018. Since then it has been updated with the current performance.
Not have its own pension reserves: United parcel service (UPS)
United parcel service (Ticker NYSE:UPS) is almost the same, no-brainer in the category of pension reserves, as you can get. It’s always great to have reserves that are part of an oligopoly in your portfolio, especially if they are already a very long time, and have a very good track record.
The UPS represents the main activities of the human experience. People always need to send things around the world, and not only so many companies that have sufficient coverage in order to do this. He pays a very handsome 3 shares BA should continue to do well for quite a long time .44% yield.
Have a private pension stocks: Boeing (BA)
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The Boeing (US:BA) is another company that falls into the oligopoly category of pension reserves. There are a limited number of companies that produce aircraft, and very few companies that have extensive experience in defense Contracting.
BA has been in business for 100 years, and its experience in the defence, aerospace, security, and the airline has no analogues.
The property, which attaches great importance to the defense, Boeing will do well for quite a long time, and $5.68 dividends each year an additional bonus.
Have A Private Pension Stocks: Visa ()
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Visa, Inc. (NYSE:in) is another company in the same subject oligopolies to retire shares. There are very few processing company in the world, and visa has the largest market share of any of them.
Financial services are becoming more and more important in the global economy, and consumers need to increase the number of payment solutions, Visa will be at the top of the class for a very long time.
It creates a huge amount of available funds and, in fact, so much so that he could afford to significantly raise its dividend.
Have a private pension stocks: Exxon (SOM)
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Exxon Mobil Corporation (indexHom) belongs to the category of pension reserves, which I also relate to the basic business for any portfolio. You must have a fossil fuel energy companies represented in some way in your portfolio.
Energy is a Central component of human experience. Look around every thing was brought to your vehicle’s location, which require fossil fuels to transport them.
Not to mention the fact that it is necessary to create products in the first place, such as plastic. In addition, of course, energy is what makes the world go round.
Exxon Mobil happens to be significantly undervalued at the moment.
Not have its own pension reserves: at&T (T)
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At&T Inc. (IndexT) would make my list a few years ago, despite the fact that it’s a dividend aristocrat, which grows on dividends every year for over 25 years.
This is mainly because organic growth is the telecommunications company was slowing down. But then it to buy directv, and now becomes the playback of Content with the proposed time Warner Inc. (Ticker NYSE:TWX) merger.
I believe that the merger will go through this I do not believe that the Ministry of justice investigated the case.
Do not need a private pension stocks: Disney (DIS)
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Company Walt Disney (US:dis) is the Premier media and entertainment company worldwide. As it is, it has three unusual properties of Marvel studios, lucasfilm and Pixar movies.
That says nothing about his incredibly successful Studio. Put all this together with the property it hopes to purchase in the repurchase of the twenty-first century Fox Inc. (Code Nasdaq:closet), and Disney will have enough Content that will literally last generation and probably more.
Theme parks and resorts have become an integral part of tourism and one that is constantly innovating and redefining itself.
Not have its own pension reserves: Duke (Duk)
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Duke energy (Ticker NYSE:Duk) is a massive utility that stretches across the Southeast and the West. The wonderful thing about utility stocks is that they are regulated.
This means that the utility has a very clear idea of how much revenue it will earn each year, and therefore what costs it can produce in order not only not profitable, but pay regular dividends.
Speaking of that dividend, the Duke was to pay each quarter, for 91 years.
At the time of this writing, Lawrence Meyers does not hold the position in any of the above securities.