Here’s a strategy that produces consistent, reliable income, regardless of your account size. (Click here for details.)
It crushes the performance of ETFs . . .
Over the course of 2020, this strategy has yielded:
- 6% in Gold (GLD) while the ETF only returned 17.6% . . .
- 4% in the S&P 500 (SPY) while the ETF returned 12.4% . . .
- 6% in 20+ Year Treasury Bond (TLT) while the ETF only returned 13.5% . . .
. . . and these are just a few of our income-producing results for ETFs.
It crushes the performance of stocks . . .
In United Rentals (URI) we have returned 92.6%, 91.6% in D.R. Horton (DHI), 28.6% in HP Inc. (HPQ) and 12.6% in KB Homes (KBH).
In every instance we outperformed the benchmark stocks and ETFs by three to five times.
Because we can create an income stream from the securities mentioned above and many, many others.
For instance, in United Rentals we have produced income 16 times in 2020 totaling $7,865 . . . and that is based on an original investment of only $5,400.
That is an average monthly take-home of $655 . . . based on the bare minimum investment.
Obviously, had we invested more our overall income would be greater as well.
But there is another interesting facet of my income-producing strategy of choice. Had we bought URI stock, we would have paid $15,641.
So, not only are we producing consistent, reliable income, we are able to do it without owning any shares of the securities mentioned above. In fact, we typically spend anywhere from 65% to 85% less for our stock alternative . . .
Yet we are able to produce the same amount of income as we would have from the more expensive common shares!
Take the S&P 500. We have produced income 19 times in 2020 totaling $6,226.
What about Gold? Seventeen times for $2,821.
And again, we are using this strategy on highly liquid household stocks . . . blue-chip stocks and ETFs that everyone knows. These are stocks such as Pfizer (PFE), Verizon (VZ), 3M (MMM), Walgreens (WBA), Cisco Systems (CSCO), Coca-Cola (KO) and numerous other blue-chip stocks.
And the best part? This strategy can be used in a retirement account.
When seeking income, we don’t want to use super-aggressive strategies . . . there is no need. We have the ability to produce outstanding gains using this easy, straightforward, reliable strategy . . . again, even within a retirement account!
If you wish to learn more about the strategies I use and how I will be using my income-producing strategies at the onset of 2021 (when I will be making 10-20 income trades to start the year) then please make sure to attend my upcoming webinar.
I will be going over the strategy, future trades and my outlook and goals for producing income in 2021. See you all there!