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ISA 2016: can UK equity income still shine?
Dividend cuts and the forthcoming EU referendum make life more difficult for investors in UK equity income investment trusts.
Equity income – the practice of buying stocks with growing dividends and above average yields – has been a successful offshoot of valuing investing for many years.
However, the increasing occurrence of dividend cuts has made the job of UK equity income fund managers more difficult, with the EU referendum threatening more uncertainty for investors.
We hear from Alastair Mundy of Temple Bar (TMPL ), Job Curtis of City of London (CTY ) and Peter Elston of Seneca Global Income and Growth Trust (SIGT ) on the challenges and opportunities they see for dividend investors.
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