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Panellists discuss whether US equity income could be a shelter in stormy markets

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Yield levels, stability and the potential for diversification are big reasons UK investors should turn their attention across the Atlantic, suggest the expert panellists in Professional Adviser's webinar on US equity income

The webinar features Diane Sobin (pictured second from left, above), head of US equities, EMEA at Columbia Threadneedle, Richard Adams (third from left), a client portfolio manager at Columbia Threadneedle, and Jason Broomer (right), head of investment at Square Mile Investment Consulting & Research. It is chaired by Professional Adviser's editor Julian Marr. Asked why UK investors should be looking to the US for income, Sobin replied that, with global interest rates so low, US equity income offers opportunities for good yield and dividend growth as well as helping to diversify portfolio...

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