An Active, Diversified Approach to Dividend Growth


When yields are depressed, seeking attractive dividend profiles across sectors becomes more important.

Slower global growth and uncertainty surrounding international trade contributed to a shift in monetary policy in 2019, as the Fed reversed its tightening regime and investors bought up relatively safer Treasury bonds, pushing down yields. The length of the current bull market, now approaching its 11th year, combined with yield-curve inversions we saw in 2019, has heightened concerns of a recession. It is a good time to examine the role of income and the value of an active approach to dividend investing.

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