Global dividend payments reached a record high in the third quarter of 2018, but which individual shares paid the most?
The unloved UK market continued to underwhelm in the third quarter, prompting a rethink for some of our model portfolios.
As global markets continue upwards, all of our models are back in the black, so we are banking some profits and adding a few new faces.
The FTSE 100 lists 26 so-called 'dividend kings'. However, assessing the income-paying credentials of UK and overseas-listed stocks requires considerable care.
The UK’s 350 largest listed companies have doubled their dividend cover since last year as profits have risen.
Mike Kerley, manager of Henderson Far East Income trust, explains how he is looking at Asian opportunities in a new way.
Three recent launches capitalise on the thirst for yield in very different ways. Cherry Reynard outlines their approaches.
Savings rates still fall short of inflation. Kyle Caldwell explains how to get a better deal by going down the stock market route.
Last year’s share portfolio generated income just short of the £10,000 target and total returns well over it.