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Market outlook and shares to buy

Although capital growth will be constrained, investors are being paid to wait for the next bull market via attractive dividend yields. Evans & Partners' MIKE HAWKINS explains how to take advantage of current market conditions, and nominates stocks that meet his yield criteria.

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In this issue
  Market views
  ASX news
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Huntley's best tips
Ian Huntley, Morningstar

This commentator's widely followed new financial year forecast is a must see for investors.

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A top income portfolio
Ken Howard, RBS Morgans

History can be a guide to future dividends, and these eight stocks make the grade.

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Mid-year review
Carl Daffy, Wilson HTM

The first presentation in an exciting new series, ASX Investment talks, featuring market experts.

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Unbreakable utilities
Regina Meani, author

What the share-price charts say for AGL, APA Group, SP AusNet and DUET.

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Education
Interest Rate Securities course
From ASX

Learn about higher yielding fixed and floating rate products with this free ASX online course.

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Your newsletter thoughts
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We want your help to make it even better.

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ASX webinar
Options income strategies
From ASX

Tips to generate income and protect your portfolio.

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ASX events
Key resource conference
From ASX

Learn more about the upcoming Australian Resources Conference in Perth.

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  Yield basics
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Five yield traps
Christine St. Anne, Morningstar
Know how to avoid companies that promise high yields, but fail to deliver.

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Fabulous franking
Michael Kemp, author
In a low-return environment, franking can make a big difference.

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LIC dividends and discounts
Toni Case, thebull.com.au
The big LICs have a good dividend record and are trading at larger-than-usual discounts.

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  More advanced yield strategies
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Benefits of borrowing
Julie McKay, Bendigo Wealth
Conservative margin lending strategies have more appeal as yields rise and interest rates fall.

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Use ETFs for yield
Drew Corbett, BetaShares
Low-cost exchange traded funds are becoming more popular with income-seekers.

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Boost income with instalments
Rebecca Fesq, CitiGroup
Learn about the features, benefits and risks of ASX-listed instalment MINIs.

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  Good reading
Shares made simple
Trading plans made easy
Charting made simple
Options made simple
CFDs made simple
Forex made simple
  ASX listings
Upcoming floats
Dome Gold Mines
Etherstack Plc
Kumai Energy
Victory Mines
US Masters Residential Property Fund
New listings
A1 Consolidated Gold
Kingform Health Hometextile Group
Newfield Resources
Goldfields Money
Zeta Petroleum
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