Using Bonds Instead of Stocks for Portfolio Income
by Stan Richelson and Hildy Richelson
We believe that municipal bonds are an excellent investment for those individual investors who wish to preserve their principal and generate a predictable cash flow of tax-free income. We consider this to be the case even though yields on bonds have gone down to historically low rates over the last five years.
Although individual investors generally allocate their assets between investments in stocks and bonds, maximizing consistent and predictable cash flow is the most important factor for individuals with retirement income needs, college expenses
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Hildy Richelson is president of Scarsdale Investment Group, a registered investment adviser based in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, that specializes in fixed-income investments. Hildy and Stan Richelson are co-authors of several books on bonds, including “Bonds: The Unbeaten Path to Secure Investment Growth,” Second Edition (Bloomberg Press, 2011).