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Why Dividends? Why Global? Why Now? Why Always?

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Wed, 13 Nov 2013

Overview Dividend yield and dividend growth have accounted for the majority of stock returns over time. Flexibility to invest in high-quality stocks from around the world can lend consistency to a portfolio. Concerned U.S. equities may slow? Worried rising rates will hurt your bond portfolio? Globa

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