(Bloomberg) -- If your client wants a consistent stream of income when they retire, theyve probably heard about a few familiar investment strategies. A dividend-paying stock gets investors a regular cash payout from a company while letting them participate in the stock markets upside. Municipal bonds are safely backed by governments, and their income usually isnt taxable.
But after years of low interest rates and rising stock markets, these once-conservative strategies might actually be putting investors in risky situations. Heres where these income investors are going wrong:
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