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Enter Your Email Address See all posts by Jonathan Smith I would like to receive emails from you about product information and offers from The Fool and its business partners. Each of these emails will provide a link to unsubscribe from future emails. More information about how The Fool collects, stores, and handles personal data is available in its Privacy Statement. Jonathan Smith | Wednesday, 3rd June, 2020 | More on: MNG The latest premium bond draw for June is out, with two more investors becoming overnight millionaires. Others may have won prizes vastly exceeding their initial investments in the bonds. As one of the most popular investments in the UK, premium bonds are an alternative way to traditional stock investing to make money.But how does it stack up to an income-paying stock like the insurer and financial service provider M&G (LSE: MNG)? 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The yield is high on a relative basis because the share price is lower, rather than it being a very high absolute dividend amount.The reason I think M&G will continue to pay out is really what the CEO recently said. He commented that “many of our shareholders are income funds or individual savers who rely on these payments for part of their retirement income”. Insurers such as M&G are not high growth companies, and so often need to use the dividend as a tool to keep investors bought in to the company.Premium bonds vs income stocksWhen I compare M&G to premium bonds, an investment in the stock appears to make more sense. If I buy M&G right now, I lock in a yield of over 8%. If I buy a premium bond right now, I don’t have any guaranteed yield. Sure, I could win £1m, but the odds of this happening are extremely small.With premium bonds, I also don’t have any upside on the capital of my investment. With M&G, if I invest in the stock now, I have the potential to make future gains from the share price. For example, the stock is down around 40% from the crash in March. This allows me to buy in at a longer term cheap level.Finally, premium bonds can take years in order to generate income for the investor. Income paying stocks with safe dividends mean you can get a payout within six months of your investment. This give me more confidence that during an uncertain period such as this, I can still get income payouts. So I’d look to buy into M&G right now, and stay clear of new investments into future premium bond draws. Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this.
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