The Reserve Bank of Australia looks likely to keep rates on hold on Tuesday. But a move lower is increasingly likely early in 2020 following recent economic data.
Whilst this will be good news for borrowers, it certainly isn’t for those using term deposits and savings accounts as a source of income.
But don’t worry because these dividend shares can help you beat the rate cuts:
BHP Group Ltd (ASX: BHP)
I think this mining giant would be a good option for income investors. Thanks to a combination of favourable commodity prices and its world class low-cost operations, BHP has been generating significant free cash flows. The majority of which has been returned to shareholders through dividends. The good news is that I expect more of the same this year. As a result, I estimate that its shares currently offer a fully franked forward 6% dividend yield.
Coles Group Ltd (ASX: COL)
Another good option for income investors could be this supermarket operator. I believe Coles is well-placed for solid profit and dividend growth over the coming years thanks to its refreshed strategy, defensive qualities, same store sales growth, and the return of rational competition in the industry. At present its shares offer investors an estimated forward fully franked 3.5% dividend yield.
Transurban Group (ASX: TCL)
A final dividend share to consider is Transurban. The leading toll road operator owns a collection of roads across Australia and North America. Given the importance of these roads, their strong pricing power, and growing traffic, I believe Transurban is well-placed to grow its distribution over the next decade. In FY 2020 the company intends to increase its distribution to 62 cents per security. This equates to a forward 4% distribution yield.
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