Buy These 8% Yielding Blue-Chip Bargains Before Everyone Else Does

Buy These 8% Yielding Blue-Chip Bargains Before Everyone Else Does

Posted On May 4, 2022 8:04 am

The bear market is likely approaching its terminal phase, which involves almost everything selling off hard and fast and then bottoming.

Whether this happens in the next week, or a month or two, doesn’t ultimately matter to smart long-term investors.

Here are six of the safest ultra-high-yielding blue-chip bargains on Wall Street.

They are 28% undervalued, yielding a very safe 8.0%, and analysts expect 5% long-term growth, and 13% long-term returns, similar to the 13.1% they delivered over the last 20 years.

These safe ultra-yield blue-chips can help you retire in safety and splendor.

In fact, with a few low-cost ETFs you can turn these 8% yielding blue-chip bargains into a Zen Ultra SWAN recession-optimized retirement portfolio that can potentially help the typical retired couple

  • generate an extra $2.3 million in inflation-adjusted retirement income over 30 years compared to a 60/40 retirement portfolio
  • deliver almost $4.0 million more inflation-adjusted wealth over 30 years than a 60/40 retirement portfolio
  • turn $555,000 in median retirement savings into $6.1 million inflation-adjusted wealth after 30 years more than a 60/40 retirement portfolio
  •  fell just 20% during the Great Recession vs 31% for a 60/40 and 51% for the S&P 500

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