Reliable income is much harder to find now than in the past. We examine the reasons for this and look at how asset managers can help investors achieve sustainable higher income.
Our research, which looks at episodes of rising rates since 1970, suggests income-producing assets don’t perform as investors might expect.
High yielding stocks may satisfy the need for income in the short-term, but the numbers show how dividend growers can outperform in the long term.
The latest Schroders Global Investment Trends Survey paints a picture of increasing confidence and shows that income is at the top of investors’ wish lists.
In 2015 UK pension rules underwent generation defining changes and the Telegraph produced a series of guides to help investors navigate their way through to retirement under the new rules.
How can investors maximise their returns in the long-term? Kin Weng Pang, Schroders Multi-Asset Fund Manager, says ignore the headlines and focus on income and a diversified approach to achieve sustainable long-term results.