Five Dividend Stocks that Could Boost Your Income in 2022 and Beyond

Discover Greg Canavan’s top five ASX-listed dividend stocks that could benefit if low interest rates are here to stay.

Money’s greatest value is its ability to grant you control over your time. Read this report to discover five dividend stocks that could boost your income and grant you that control.

  • Dividend stock #1: It pays to be insured: As uncertainty rises…so do insurance premiums. Today’s world is in flux, but this cashed-up insurer has the business model and balance sheet to capitalise. Download your report to find out what it is…
  • Dividend stock #2: The construction boom continues: This stock hasn’t missed a dividend for decades. It’s as close to a dividend aristocrat as you’ll get on the ASX. And its impressive cash flow position is set to improve as global economies stimulate infrastructure spending.
  • Dividend stock #3: Australia couldn’t function without it: What happens when this stock halts work? Half of Australia’s gas usage stops. This vital utility is a consistent dividend payer and has maintained dividends since 2003. This stock’s assets are set to complement renewables for a long time to come when coal retires from the energy mix.
  • Dividend stock #4: ‘Safe as houses’: Property has been an age-old investment. But with COVID altering many of our habits, not all properties are equally appealing. This stock is set to benefit from greater demand for industrial real estate.
  • Dividend stock #5 Safe and steady wins the race: This stock pays more than double most term deposits in today’s low-rate world and does so every quarter. With most large banks offering term deposit rates below 1%, this stock could be a great alternative with a better yield.

Discover five ways to grow your wealth in our ultra-low interest rate world in Greg’s brand-new report: ‘Five Dividend Stocks Set to Thrive in 2022’.

And while you need to be aware that dividend distributions can vary at any time, Greg certainly expects these dividend payers to prosper in a low interest rate environment.

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