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With the 2019 Federal election now having come and gone, the dreaded so-called ‘retirees tax’ has been consigned forever to the campaign policy bin.
It will take a very ‘brave’ party to ever fiddle with franking credits again.
Meanwhile, there are over 2,000 stocks on the ASX right now…
If you’re looking to build a strong income portfolio in 2019, you may be facing an uphill battle.
Just look at the recommended income portfolios put out by the Aussie brokers and you’ll see what I mean.
They will likely ONLY focus on the same old stocks. We’re talking about the Big Four, Woolworths, Telstra and BHP.
And while those dividend stocks have historically performed well for Aussie investors, it’s becoming harder and harder for investors to rely on these mega-cap income favourites.
Just take a look what’s happened to the big four over the last 12 months.
Take the royal commission and a cooling housing market together…
…and some, like Morgan Stanley, have questioned the ability of certain members of the Big Four to maintain their status as Aussie ‘income favourites’.
Put another way: The old rules of income investing don’t apply any more.
This is exactly why I want you to get a copy of Matt’s latest, special dividend report in your hands.
In it, you won’t discover the dividend stocks you SHOULD have bought last year. Or last decade, for that matter.
You’ll discover the NEXT generation of Aussie income super stars.
It’s dividend payers like these that you’ll want to know about in 2019 and beyond.
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- The top five dividend paying stocks (you’ve almost certainly never heard of). Forget the banks. Forget Telstra. And you can stick BHP where the sun doesn’t shine. Matt runs you through all the risks, rewards and reasons why these five ASX-listed stocks could form the NEXT generation of Aussie income super stars.
- Why the old rules of income investing DON’T apply anymore. If you think piling your money into Commonwealth Bank and Telstra is a sound income strategy for your retirement nest egg, think again! Matt shows you not only how the rules of income investing have changed but explains why you can’t rely on the same old dividend payers anymore.
- Why shaking up your income portfolio could be the smartest move you make in 2019. Make no mistake, while Matt still thinks that mega-cap stocks like ANZ or BHP will ‘likely play a part in many income portfolios’…this could be the perfect chance for savvy investors to boost their income portfolio for 2019 and beyond.
You’ll learn about Matt’s top five, little-known dividend stocks…and more in his brand-new report: ‘Top Five Dividend Stocks for 2019’.
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