As the economies around the world start to teeter on the edge of recession, income investors are wondering where to put their money.
Investors have been leaving equity income funds in their droves, as many typical big dividend payers suspend or cut their dividend.
So where does an investor look for income, if he or she is preparing for a serious bear market?
There are alternatives to the conventional sources of income: investment trusts, infrastructure and bonds are several worth looking at.
But there is no easy answer, as they all have caveats, even if they provide an option in the current situation.
This report explores some of the options available to clients, and the advantages and disadvantages of each.
It is worth an indicative 30 minutes' CPD.