The Importance of Dividends in a Low-Return Environment
by John Snare
Warren Buffett and other stock market experts continue to think so, even after 2003s upsurge. They believe the market will produce returns that are well below the current long-term average return of the S&P 500.
In this article
- The Long-Term View
- The Importance of Dividends
- Will Dividend Policies Change?
- New Tax Rates and the Rebirth of Dividends
- Concentrating on the Fundamentals
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How should you invest your retirement savings in such a market environment? Examining the last extended low-return market—1965 to 1982—can help individual investors develop investment strategies and return assumptions to use in planning for this type of market environment.
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