Five Aussie Dividend Superstar Stocks for 2020 (HINT: not banks)

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Top Five Dividends

Dear Reader,

The recent RBA rate cuts have made returns on term deposits a total joke. The best you can expect on your savings is around 1.95%.

That’s barely going to keep you ahead of the current inflation rate of 1.7%.

So, what if rates go to 0%, or even negative?

Seems unthinkable. At least it was until 2019…and if it becomes a reality, what alternatives to cash funds and term deposits are available to help generate enough income to retire comfortably or at least beat inflation?

As the banks pass on the latest rate cuts, savers will be punished even more.

The search for decent returns, enough to stay ahead of inflation, could take us out of the relative safety of banks and into the (more risky) ASX…

The Big Four banks have traditionally been good dividend-payers, but their margins have never been under more pressure:

  • The royal commission is forcing them to remediate customers affected by errors
  • Historically low interest rates are squeezing their loan margins
  • APRA may require them to raise more capital

All of this together means that bank dividends may have peaked for the foreseeable future.

Meanwhile…there are hundreds of other dividend paying stocks on the ASX to choose from.

This is exactly why I want you to get a copy of Matt’s latest dividend report in your hands.

In it, you won’t be told about the dividend stocks you SHOULD have bought last year. Or last decade, for that matter.

You’ll discover the NEXT generation of Aussie income-paying superstars.

It’s dividend payers like these that you’ll want to know about in 2020 and beyond.

To download a copy of Matt’s latest report and uncover his top FIVE dividend picks for 2020…simply enter your email address below and you will immediately discover…

  • The top five high yield dividend paying stocks. Forget the banks. Matt runs you through all the risks, rewards and reasons why these five ASX-listed stocks could form the NEXT generation of Aussie dividend superstars.
  • Why shaking up your income portfolio could be the smartest move you make in 2020. 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 investors to squeeze higher dividend yields from their income portfolio for 2020 and beyond.

You’ll learn about Matt’s top five, high yield dividend stocks…and more in his brand-new report: ‘Top Five Dividend Stocks for 2020’.

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