With the new UK capital gains tax rate at 20% (since the new budget of Wednesday), and the highest band of dividend rate at 32.5% or 38.1%, I think it makes sense to find investments that do not yield dividends. We can just sell some portion of it if money is needed.
I am thinking about this the right way? I find it difficult to find a good investment that does not yield dividends, as that's what most etf and shares will do.
What are the type of investments that deliver growth without dividends? Of course, some stocks do not pay dividends, but what else is there?