If you want to retire rich, you need six things – safety, quality, yield, growth, valuation, and sound portfolio risk-management.
By focusing purely on the fundamentals, income investors, even buying growth stocks, can achieve awe-inspiring long-term returns, even in this 30% overvalued market.
I’ve invested nearly $600,000 into four amazing blue-chips in my retirement portfolios. They make up about 60% of my net worth.
As Buffett says, “when it’s raining gold reach for a bucket, not a thimble” which is why both Berkshire and Charlie Munger run very concentrated portfolios.
These four companies combine to form a super blue-chip with a 4.1% yield, 17.7% CAGR growth, and 36% discount to fair value.
Analysts expect them to almost quadruple in value over the next five years, making them rich retirement dream stocks that might be just what your portfolio is looking for in this overvalued market.