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Can income investing keep up with social change?

Society is changing. By 2050, one in four of us will be over 65 and that compares to one in six of us at the moment. People are living longer, phasing their retirements, and leading more active later lives that require decent levels of sustainable income.

On top of this, income investors today can no longer rely on the traditional income sources. With most asset classes touching historically low yields in the last 20 years (as at January 2019), it has been a huge challenge for investors seeking an income from their investments.

How can income investing keep up with this social change? In this video, portfolio manager Helen Bradshaw looks at the challenges of sourcing sustainable levels of income.

 

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