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JP Morgan's Baker: where I find the best income opportunities

For the income needy where should investors look? 

John Baker, manager of the JP Morgan Elect Managed Income investment trust, has some advice as he reveals where he sees the best dividend prospects in the market. 

He also outlines why he still has faith in certain bond proxies and discusses dividend sustainability. 

The net asset value of JP Morgan Elect Managed Income has risen by 23% over the last three years, beating the 22.1% rise in the FTSE 350 High Yield Index. 

The trust is currently sitting on a 1.5% discount. 

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