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How to pick income shares

How to pick income shares

Dividends are one of the main attractions of investing in the stock market over the long term. But how do you identify companies currently paying a healthy dividend, and are able to maintain or preferably grow them?

Download our guide, that is not personal advice, to discover three quick tips:

  • How to check the shares are good value
  • Why you shouldn’t focus on the dividend yield
  • How to check that a company can afford its dividends

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    This guide is not personal advice. Investments, and any income they pay, will fall as well as rise in value so you could get back less than you invest. If you're not sure if an investment is right for you, please speak to a financial adviser.

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    Dividends are one of the main attractions of investing in the stock market over the long term.

    The challenge for investors is to identify companies currently paying a healthy dividend, and able to maintain or preferably grow them. So how do you do it?

    Download our guide to discover three quick tips:

    • How to check the shares are good value
    • Why you shouldn’t focus on the dividend yield
    • How to check that a company can afford its dividends

    This guide is not personal advice. Investments, and any income they pay, will fall as well as rise in value so you could get back less than you invest. If you're not sure if an investment is right for you, please speak to a financial adviser.

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