Bdc Income Vaneck ETF (BIZD)
$14.29 0.13 (0.92%)
20:00 EST BIZD Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close -
Market Cap 165.76M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 191,600
Day's Range 14.16 - 14.38
52-Week Range 6.80 - 17.30
Dividend & Yield 1.55 (10.82%)
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Rather than investing in individual financial stocks, a risky bet these days, investors may want to consider some unique financial ETFs.
One of the winning themes in the year ahead are bank stocks. That said, here are seven financial services ETFs to buy to ride that wave.
Equities have gotten more expensive. Here are seven high-yield ETFs to buy that could keep yield chasers happy.
Of course, there are risks with high-yielding securities. Namely that the yield is higher because the price has declined. With individual stocks, high dividend yields can often portend negative dividend action, such as cuts, eliminations or suspensions.
If you're looking for ways to make your portfolio more low-maintenance as you take in the summer sun, these low-stress ETFs are well worth a look.
Business development companies are a compelling alternative asset class for income investors, because to be structured as a BDC these companies are required to pay out 90% of their earnings in the form of dividends, as is seen with other income-generating asset classes such as real estate investment trusts (REITs).
There's been a mini-wave of insider buying in the BDC (business development company) sector. It's worthy of our attention for three reasons
In spite of the recent rate hike, BDC's performed well. However, some are more attractive than others. Let's look at 3 BDC cases to consider
BDCs, while battered and beaten, provide value investors a real buying opportunity at the moment and there are three ways to make money now.
These five high-yield index funds naturally come with some risk -- most big-income plays do -- but we'll walk you through the dangers.