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3 Super-Duper Dividend ETFs

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Dividend ETF #2: Global X SuperDividend ETF (SDIV)

dividend-etf-sdivDividend Yield: 6.9%

Global X SuperDividend ETF (SDIV) is the second-highest yielder, and as the name implies, focuses on international stocks. The top 10 holdings only represent 15% of assets here, with eight of them coming from abroad and only R.R. Donnelly & Sons (RRD) and Northstar Realty (NRF) from the U.S. International holdings include trade insurer Euler Hermes, water cleaner Suez Environmental and a French utility.

I like that this dividend ETF takes high-yielding companies from around the world, and in large number (93 holdings currently). That gives you diversification, and simply so — important for many individual investors who are just generally unfamiliar with global stocks.

The yield on SDIV is 6.9%, and that comes at a much cheaper expense ratio (0.58%) than KBWD.

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