How income-investing can work in an inflationary environment

Increasing exposure to high-dividend equities can help protect your investments from the impact of rising inflation. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Most official inflation measures are going to rise over the coming months as the sharp fall in consumer prices during the outbreak of Covid-19 last year roll out of calculations.

So it makes sense to consider its impact on your investments before this takes hold. Especially if you invest for income and hold a lot of bonds as a result.

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