Partner Insight Video: Diversification and flexibility - are they what you think they are?

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Partner Insight Video: Diversification and flexibility - are they what you think they are?

Dividend cuts this year have focused attention on the value of diversifying income streams. But what kind of diversification might bring the most benefits?

In this brief video, Helen Bradshaw of Quilter Investors explains how a multi-dimensional approach to diversification can increase portfolio resilience - while allowing  the flexibility to seek out investment ‘bright spots' around the world.

 

Watch the first part of this three-part series here and watch out for the next part in Professional Adviser's upcoming newsletters.

For more information on Quilter Investors Monthly Income, and Quilter Investors Monthly Income & Growth, click on the button below.

 

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