Dividend ETFs have become increasingly popular with investors as they flee underperforming bonds. Many investors have already made the switch into dividend funds or are considering doing so because they produce a decent amount of income along with capital appreciation potential.
But which dividend ETFs should you choose?
Like any investment decision, it’s important to consider why you’re investing in these funds and what you hope to accomplish by doing so. For me, I’m always looking to simplify my investments — I want to own as few as possible.
When it comes to dividend ETFs and putting together a portfolio for the long haul, I’ve got four recommendations that you can own either as a complete portfolio or within a larger group of stocks or ETFs.