Wisdomtree EM High Div Fund (DEM)
$42.29 0.53 (1.24%)
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Market Cap 1.98B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 246,500
Day's Range 42.05 - 42.35
52-Week Range 28.33 - 45.41
Dividend & Yield 1.85 (4.38%)
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The coronavirus is weighing on emerging markets assets, but it's not all gloom and doom. These standout ETFs could be ready to rally in 2020.
With the U.S. remaining one of the dominant forces in global dividend growth and interest rates here declining, investors can mix and match both dividend growth and high dividend ETFs in the current market environment. Here are some of the dividend ETFs that are primed to deliver for investors over the rest of 2019 and beyond.
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The WisdomTree Emerging Markets High Dividend Fund (DEM) is one of the best emerging markets ETFs on the market, dividends or otherwise.
Valuations for emerging markets are tantalizingly inexpensive and the darkest dividend clouds may have already passed. For the adventurous, here are some ideas to consider to among emerging market dividend ETFs.
One of my favorite exchange-traded fund writers, Todd Shriber of ETF Trends, recently highlighted the news that Russell Investments would be updating its FTSE Emerging Market Index to include greater China exposure. I have mixed feelings about this move for several reasons that I will get into in a moment, but first let’s explore the immediate effects of this transition.
The tide has turned this year on many dividend-paying stocks in emerging market countries, which makes now a perfect time to review your existing international positions.
Investors in dividend ETFs tend to focus on the U.S. market, but international dividend ETFs offer higher yields and much lower valuations.
Dividend ETFs in the U.S. are starting to decline in yield thanks to go-go price gains. Income hunters should turn their eyes across the ocean.