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Income Boosters: Our contrarian picks are performing well

25/09/2019 · National Grid (NG)  · Redrow (RDW)  · Royal Dutch Shell (RDSA)  · Tate & Lyle (TATE)  · WPP (WPP) 

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Nine months after launching our Income Boosters portfolio, it's time to take a fresh look. In this second update, we have reviewed the progress of the final five companies and highlighted any other laggards. From next week, we'll also be adding some new picks to the portfolio, drawing from both the UK FTSE 350 and US markets.


This week we're continuing our review of the Income Boosters dividend portfolio we launched in January. You can find the first part our review here. From next week, we'll be adding new income picks to the portfolio, drawing from a universe of FTSE 350 and US dividend stocks.

National Grid faces regulatory challenges

It's fair to say that some of the stocks in the Income Boosters portfolio are currently out of favour: National Grid (LON: NG) is an example. The UK power network operator has outperformed other big UK utility stocks in recent years, but its share price is still…

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