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Investing in a low yield environment

With interest rates at historical lows around the world, investors who rely on income from their portfolios have been forced to seek yield from other assets or suffer a real decline in their standard of living. For many retirees, and others, this is a real and persistent problem, and alternative portfolio solutions are needed.

With interest rates at historical lows around the world, investors who rely on income from their portfolios have been forced to seek yield from other assets or suffer a real decline in their standard of living. For many retirees, and others, this is a real and persistent problem, and alternative portfolio solutions are needed.

 

In Investing in a Low Yield Environment, Gemma Dale interviews Mark Todd, Sky Business host and nab fixed income markets expert, about opportunities for investors in a low yield world, and covers such issues as:

  • the outlook for global interest rates, and the impact on your portfolio
  • alternatives to cash and term deposits
  • increasing yield without taking on too much risk
  • the value of franking credits, and
  • the trade-off between yield and growth for Australia’s biggest companies – and your portfolio. 

 

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