Mitch Reiner Shares his DID Approach with S&P

DID is the acronym that Mitch Reiner, COO at Capital Investment Advisors, uses to describe the “three sleeves” of his investment strategy:

To Garner dividends from stocks, interest from bonds, and distributions from alternative sources, such as closed-end funds, preferred stocks, convertible bonds, master limited partnerships (MLPs), royalty trusts, and real estate investment trusts (REITs).

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It’s no surprise to hear that many financial advisors are continuing to struggle with how to help their clients reach income goals. The outlook on interest rates on traditional income-producing assets like government bonds and other similar income-producing investments is likely to remain low through late 2014.

“We believe the answer is through the ‘DID’ approach,” Reiner. In a recent meeting, Reiner presented his long-term strategies during an S&P Indices webinar on April 17 entitled “The Hunt for Yield: Generating Income with Dividends.” S&P Indices operates independently of S&P Capital IQ.

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