Put in the Work for Income
In addition to talking about baseball and trying to pretend to be interested in the Masters this weekend, many of my calls yesterday were about the concept of unconventional yield. No matter what my associates trade or their approach they all have a portion of their portfolio devoted to producing income, or have family that needs income from their investments.
The biggest question I got in the midst of the sport chatter was if I thought this was a good approach for income investors giving the higher volatility of these unpopular and mostly unknown names. I do but with a caveat....684 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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