With returns likely to be lower in future than they were in the past, investors may need to re-set their expectations or accept higher risks.
It may seem counterintuitive but companies that have cut their dividends can be good sources of future income.
Schroders research, covering four decades of data, shows how different types of bond have performed when rates were rising.
While the equity markets of various countries and regions have performed very similarly over the past three years, the components of returns have been very different
Demand for income remains strong but investors may be taking on more risk than they realise. We look at how to generate a sustainable income yield across asset classes.
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.
A flexible and pragmatic approach will be required as strategies which have been effective over the past five years may be less likely to perform in the next few years.