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Dividend stocks beat bonds for retirement income Stocks can be a good option to boost investment returns for retirees amid dwindling bond yields, according to this article in The Wall Street Journal. Retirees may use the money withdrawn from their portfolio to invest in stocks for their dividends. "If you put together a portfolio of good blue chips, you might start with a yield of 3%" noted one expert in the article. But you have to "train your brain to ignore the price movement," he says. "You want to focus on the income production and the growth of that income." --The Wall Street Journal
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