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If you need to generate a regular income from your investments you’ve faced some tough challenges recently. With interest rates at a 50-year low, you’ve probably seen your savings income plummet. So what’s the solution? If you can take some risk, Aberdeen investment trusts may provide an answer .
By investing in shares and bonds issued by high-quality companies, our range of income investment trusts aim to pay an attractive income year in, year out. That’s got to be good news for any income-seeker who needs to keep up with the rising cost of living .
To help you generate the income you need, we’ve highlighted nine Aberdeen investment trusts that offer attractive dividends – plus capital growth potential. You can share in the income potential of many of the UK’s biggest and most profitable companies through Dunedin Income Growth Investment Trust, Murray Income Trust and Shires Income, for example. You can tap into high-yielding UK smaller companies through Aberdeen Smaller Companies High Income Trust and Dunedin Smaller Companies Investment Trust. You can also go overseas with Murray International Trust, The North American Income Trust and Aberdeen Asian Income Fund or diversifying overseas into emerging markets with Aberdeen Latin American Income Fund.
Investing in shares with strong dividends can be a good strategy in difficult times as companies always try to maintain payments to their shareholders. What is more, investment trusts are not required to pay out all the income they receive from their investments. That means they can hold back money for future years.