Seeking refuge in dividend stocks, aye or nay?


Speaking with StarBizWeek, MIDF Research head Imran Yassin Md Yusof agrees that dividend yields in the local stock market look more attractive, following the recent selldown in equities.

IN times of a market meltdown where capital appreciation is highly uncertain, dividend stocks provide refuge to investors wanting to minimise risk.

In fact, some of these stocks turn extra enticing amid a selldown, as their dividend yields increase on the back of lower share prices.

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