Unveiling three misconceptions of equity income funds

Three common misconceptions of equity income funds and why they offer investors a more consistent yield than traditional asset classes

Income investing through equities is about much more than just chasing high yield or investing in defensive stocks. Similarly, equities shouldn't be broad brushed as simply being the growth portion of a retirement portfolio.  

In the second episode of this four-part series, I dispel some of the common myths and misconceptions surrounding equity income investing, and how they balance income and growth for investors. 

In case you missed it episode one of this four part series, you can watch it here

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Tyndall Australian Share Income Fund
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Michael Maughan
Portfolio Manager & Senior Analyst
Tyndall AM

Michael co-manages the Tyndall Australian Share Income Fund and has 23 years’ investment experience. He leads Tyndall’s analysis of the Media, Telco and Transport sectors.

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