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Thinking About Retirement?

Income Investing Insider offers straightforward, actionable investment ideas to help you prepare for retirement and generate more income from your portfolio.

If you are an investor over the age of 50, you likely want two things from your portfolio:

  1. Principal protection
  2. Higher amounts of steady and reliable income

Unfortunately, for many investors, the low interest-rate environment that we have been in since the financial crisis could not have come at a worse time.  While there are still opportunities to generate reasonable levels of income without taking huge risks, most investors do not have the time or the skills necessary to track down the few diamonds in the rough that remain.


Income Investing Insider solves these issues.

Income Investing Insider is our monthly newsletter designed with the following three objectives:

  • A Higher Level of Safety – While all investments go up and down in value, we focus on protecting the value of a portfolio over the long term.

  • A Higher Level of Yield – We strive to provide our subscribers with investment ideas that generate the highest levels of income possible relative to other investment opportunities with similar risk.

  • Consistent Income – Some investments provide high income for short periods of time and then fizzle out. Retirement is a marathon, so we want to provide investment ideas that have a higher chance of success over the long term.


Who are we?

Income Investing Insider is published by Marc Prosser and David Waring, the founders of Learnbonds.com. Since launching Learnbonds.com in 2011, we have developed a reputation as the go-to place for practical, no-hype income investing ideas.

To make sure that Income Investing Insider lives up to that reputation, we recruited The Financial Lexicon, our top analyst (and an investor with over a decade of income investing experience in stocks, bonds, options and alternative investments) as Income Investing Insider’s author.

In addition to his extensive hands-on income investing experience, The Financial Lexicon has published over 200 articles on the topic as a top contributor to Learnbonds.com and SeekingAlpha.com. He is also the author of two books, The 5 Fundamentals of Building a Retirement Portfolio and Options Strategies Every Investor Should Know.


What You Get

On the first Monday of the month, Income Investing Insider subscribers receive a newsletter packed with income-generating investment ideas.  Included in each letter are:

  • Our thoughts on the current economic situation and how it affects income investing strategies
  • The asset classes and segments of the market that are currently offering the highest levels of income for a given level of risk
  • Specific and actionable income investment ideas in common stocks, preferred stocks, individual bonds, and options

The Financial Lexicon is also available to all subscribers via email to answer any questions about that month’s letter or any general investing questions you may have.

Whether you are new to income investing and seeking to speed up the learning process, or a seasoned pro who wants to save the hours of research necessary to find the best income-generating ideas, Income Investing Insider is for you.


Money Back Guarantee

If for any reason you are not 100% satisfied with the newsletter, just email us at info@learnbonds.com within 30 days of receiving your first issue for a full refund.










Views expressed are those of the writers only. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Trading comes with severe risk. The opinions expressed in this Site do not constitute investment advice and independent financial advice should be sought where appropriate. This website is free for you to use but we may receive commission from the companies we feature on this site.
David Waring

David Waring

David Waring was the founder of LearnBonds.com and has been a major contributor to the extensive library of investing news and information available on the site. Until the launch of Learnbonds.com in late 2011 there was no single site on the internet catering exclusively to the individual bond investor. This was true even though more individuals own stocks than bonds. Learn Bonds was launched to fill that gap.

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