Long Term and Retirement

Long Term and Retirement Not Interested In Day Trading?

Understanding the importance of securing your financial future, we proudly offer whole share/long term signals and support to help and ensure you are setting you and your future progeny up for years to come. We even offer dividends and pennies too.

Slow and Steady.

At 870.Trades, we hold the belief that a distinct approach is essential for genuine investing, rather than our typical emphasis on trading, and we are not a corporate brokerage entity. Our team of long-term analysts supplies signals for purchasing entire share positions, with a focus on longer-term investments. Our selection of options encompasses dividend-paying companies, growth stocks, government bonds, IRAs, and even penny stocks, and we stress the significance of diversification in accomplishing success. With our guidance, coupled with thorough research and common sense, constructing a well-balanced and intelligently diversified portfolio is attainable without incurring high broker fees. Allow us to assist you in designing a secure and prosperous future. Join us in cultivating your financial growth.

Slow Growth Index Funds

Slow growth index funds make money through a combination of dividends and capital appreciation. These funds invest in a diversified portfolio of stocks that are expected to grow at a slower rate than the overall market, but still provide steady and stable returns over the long term.

Speculative Growth & Innovation

Investors who engage in speculative growth investing typically look for companies that are in emerging industries or have disruptive technologies that have the potential to revolutionize their markets. Speculative growth investing requires extensive research and a high risk tolerance due to it's nature.

Bonds, Notes, Yields +

Bonds and notes are debt securities that are issued by companies, governments, or other entities to borrow money from investors. When an investor buys a bond or note, they are essentially lending money to the issuer, who promises to pay back the principal amount plus interest over a set period of time.

Dividends and Rotational

Dividends make money for investors by providing a portion of the company's profits to shareholders, typically in the form of regular cash payments, while Rotational stocks make money through buying and selling stocks based on the performance of the sector or industry at a given time.

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