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The 4 Most Important Income ETFs to Own

Even ETFs stuffed with blue chips tend to throw off lousy dividend yields, but these funds range from 3% to 6%

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Income ETFs – Global X SuperDividend ETF (SDIV)

income etfs global x superdividend etf sdivDividend Yield: 6.1%

One income ETF with a name to die for is Global X SuperDividend ETF (SDIV).

But what I really like here is the international diversity that SDIV provides, along with fabulously diverse sector holdings.

The ETF carries roughly 100 stocks, which are spread out over North America (35%), Europe (21%), Australasia (19%), Asia (10.28%) and others. The sectors are spread wide, with real estate at 26%, financial services at 23%, telecom and utilities with about 12% each, and positions in energy, industrials, tech, consumer and healthcare.

Meanwhile, SDIV is an equal-weight ETF, which I prefer to cap-weighting because it smooths out volatility, and pays a monster dividend yield of 6%-plus. And you’re not getting swindled on that income, as the fund only charges 0.58% in fees.

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