Young Research’s dividend-centric Retirement Compounders continue their upward trajectory.
How have trillion-dollar budget deficits year after year been funded? By blowing up America’s debt level and simply printing money to fund deficits. And the stock market has advanced into a new bubble phase. In this brutal environment, Young Research’s Retirement Compounders (RCs), on a risk-adjusted basis, have outrun each of the 10 biggest equity mutual funds representing four enormous fund families: American, Dodge & Cox, Vanguard and Fidelity. My 10-year bar chart [below] shows the results.
The vertical bar on the far right represents Young Research’s Retirement Compounders. It is from
this master group of stocks that I make recommendations for you in Intelligence Report. And our family investment management company invests off exactly the same Master List.
Originally published in the May 2013 issue of Intelligence Report.
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