Dividends4Life: High-Net-Worth Investors Share Income Strategies

Fidelity Investments® announced the results of a poll of customers with at least $250,000 in investable assets on a range of income generation strategies. The poll found they are actively looking for dividend-producing stocks and corporate bonds for higher yields in this low interest rate environment. “This group of high-net-worth investors are realists about this low-interest rate environment, but are not resigned to accepting low returns,” said John Sweeney, executive vice president of Fidelity Planning and Advisory Services.

Key findings of the poll include: Dividend-Producing Stocks Favored – For the next six months, 54 percent of respondents are most bullish about dividend-producing stocks, followed by investment-grade corporate bonds (15 percent). Higher Taxes Expected – Eighty-six percent of high net worth investors believe taxes will be higher next year – both on income and on investment income like capital gains and dividends. However, when asked what tax strategy they plan to employ, more than half (52 percent) say they will do nothing differently.

Source: Enhanced Online News

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