Yield vs. Total Return

Many clients say to us that they want to earn enough income from their investments to cover their expenses and keep their principal intact. The attached piece explains how investing for yield instead of total return is really just an illusion. One specific point is that a stock price moves down by the dividend distribution so there is no way for an investor to spend that dividend and still keep their principal intact.

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