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<<Are we dreaming to think that we can have an income close to $12,000 per year with only $100,000?>>

Yes, that's 12% in a 6% world. A 12% return would necessarily be risky.

Please talk with a financial planner -- CFP. Not a stock broker. A stock broker is not a financial planner and only makes money if you buy and sell securities through him.

Consider a no-load income mutual fund from Vanguard (1-800-635-1511) or other large no-load family of funds.

-Bob

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