One of the most important considerations for an investor is their time horizon.
Simply put, compounding requires time.
The more time you have, the more powerful compounding can be.
But if you’re in your 60s, time isn’t the luxury it once was when you were younger – making higher-yielding stocks that provide a more immediate return on your capital much more appealing.
For more on three high-quality dividend growth stocks to consider buying if you’re in your 60s, check out our latest video HERE.
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