Emrg Mkts Dividend Ishares ETF (DVYE)
$31.71 0.09 (0.28%)
20:00 EDT DVYE Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $31.71
Market Cap 326.61M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 107,500
Day's Range 31.64 - 32.11
52-Week Range 25.51 - 41.99
Dividend & Yield 2.18 (6.86%)
DVYE Stock Predictions, Articles, and Emrg Mkts Dividend Ishares ETF News
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As the Best ETFs contest enters its final quarter, there are a few contenders that could reasonably take the trophy for 2018.
Trouble in Argentina and Turkey, in addition to trade concerns, have helped keep the DVYE ETF in the red this year.
As our Best ETFs for 2018 contest crosses into the second half of the year, a few contestants are really making standout gains, but others are making strong moves.
This article is a part of InvestorPlace’s Best ETFs for 2018 contest. Charles Sizemore’s pick for the contest is the iShares Emerging Markets Dividend ETF (NYSEARCA:DVYE). As we approach....
While some of the contenders have been gravitating toward the top or bottom, it's still very much anyone's game in the Best ETFs for 2018 contest.
Large-cap U.S. stocks are looking overextended. It could be that the time of emerging markets -- and the DVYE ETF -- has come.
The MSCI Emerging Markets Index has a trailing-12-month dividend yield of just 1.74%, but that does not diminish the dividend -- or growth -- allure of developing economies.
Emerging markets could be one of the big gainers this year, and that would put the DVYE ETF at an advantage.
Whether you want yield growth or just straight yields, this list of the best ETFs for income seekers can help you narrow your choices.
Dividend-yield weighted ETFs are one of the most-followed investment ideas currently.
As me move into the second half of the year, these are some of the best dividend stocks for your income needs.
Emerging markets dividend ETFs like HILO, DVYE and LVHE give you an easy way to position for growth in these areas.
Dividend ETFs started to lose ground, yet there are plenty of solid investment choices available to those willing to look...
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