Five Dividend Stocks with Potentially Higher Payouts than Banks

With bank dividends predicted to be slashed or paused — these five ASX-listed stocks could be some of the biggest dividend payers of 2020.

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Top Five Dividends

Dear Reader,

With interest rates fast heading to zero…

Billions of dollars having been wiped off the value of the Australian stock market…

And now with rumours that banks could withhold up to $9 billion in dividend payouts from their shareholders…

Where are you going to find income in 2020?

Our brand new report ‘Five Dividend Stocks Set to Thrive in the Post-Pandemic Era’ gives you five great options.

Inside, we reveal our top five ASX-listed dividend stocks with the best chance of maintaining big payouts during and after the crash.

Even better — some of these stocks have been trading at up to 50% off their recent highs, meaning you now have the opportunity to pick them up at a heavy discount.

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  • An energy company that has experienced a surge in residential needs due to the lockdown. Demand for its groundbreaking energy capabilities is expected to spike further when businesses restart after the pandemic ends.
  • A mining company that is temporarily forced to shut down due to the disruption of global supply chains from the pandemic. Given the growing worldwide demand for aluminium and this company’s special role in producing it, its share price is likely to bounce back quickly when manufacturing resumes.
  • A travel hub that’s taken a hit to earnings due to passenger movement grinding to a halt. Operating at only 3% of its normal capacity, it is predicted that passenger traffic could spike sharply when travel restrictions are taken away after lockdown.
  • An ETF that pays dividends that are sometimes double most term deposits — on a quarterly basis. Given its focus on high-quality and secure investments, it is likely to be protected from further volatility while providing a good source of income.
  • A real estate investment trust that hasn’t suffered from the closure of retail stores like many others. As the landlord to scores of ‘essential’ businesses during lockdown, its tenants have kept operating and their cash flow has kept rolling in.

You’ll learn about Greg’s top five, high yield dividend stocks…and more in his brand-new report: ‘Five Dividend Stocks Set to Thrive in the Post-Pandemic Era’.

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