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Growth and Income

Investing for Dividends (Part 2) 27 Feb 2012 8:30 AM

In Part 1 last week, we showed that the place to invest in 2011 was not for dividends in the big four banks.
{If you missed Part 1, you can download it from our Blog. }

Discussing other options with dividend and long-term investors is often difficult as they usually have been doing it for a long time and it is challenging for them to change. 

We hope this article will help beginners see the value of considering other approaches. 

We conclude this 2 part series today by looking in detail on how to invest for growth AND income. 

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