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Sam Cosh: Bucking the income trend with smaller company growth Investors' Chronicle

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Sam Cosh, manager of European Assets Trust (EAT), tells Leonora Walters why this trust is able to increase its dividend for 2021, and profiles some of the investments which are making this possible. 
He also explains how he selects stocks, and highlights holdings which should do well going forward despite the pressure of the pandemic.
European Assets Trust, launched in 1983, has a market capitalisation of £518m and paid a yield of 5.5 per cent on 17 November, according to Winterflood data.

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Sam Cosh, manager of European Assets Trust (EAT), tells Leonora Walters why this trust is able to increase its dividend for 2021, and profiles some of the investments which are making this possible. 
He also explains how he selects stocks, and highlights holdings which should do well going forward despite the pressure of the pandemic.
European Assets Trust, launched in 1983, has a market capitalisation of £518m and paid a yield of 5.5 per cent on 17 November, according to Winterflood data.

See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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