How to invest in a low growth world

By International Adviser

Added 4th October 2016

One of the keys to getting decent investment returns in the current economic climate is to tap into the stream of dividends paid out by companies, says Stuart Reeve, portfolio manager at BlackRock.

But he says it can be a tricky exercise as there are questions in many parts of the world about just how sustainable dividends actually are at the moment.

An important consideration when drilling down into this issue, he argues, is not simply to focus on the profit and loss accounts and instead ask the question “What is the cost of the growth?”.

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