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The traditional wisdom for funding retirement used to be the “4% rule.” You would withdraw 4% of your savings in year one, followed by “pay raises” in each subsequent year to account for inflation.
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Preferred stocks typically aren’t first, second or even third to mind when investors think about what they want to include in their portfolios.
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