G-X Superdividend ETF (SDIV)
$12.76 0.12 (0.95%)
20:00 EST SDIV Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 585.02M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 450,000
Day's Range 12.67 - 12.79
52-Week Range 8.03 - 18.07
Dividend & Yield 1.55 (12.16%)
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High-yield ETFs tempt with income but could offer capital appreciation if interest rates decline. Here are five to pay attention to.
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.
Diversification allows for some of the securities in a basket to fall on hard times without taking down the entire ETF. These seven picks for high-yield ETFs also give investors a decent dividend.
By Jeff Reeves
These seven dividend funds yield more than 5.3% and as much as 8.8%. This ensures your ETF investments will pay off no matter what.
The best Global X ETFs offer investors exposure to income-generating asset classes, previously hard to access countries and regions and commodities-related equities.
The Fed once again duly turned investors’ attention to the high-income investing corner of the equity world.
The 10 best index funds for 2016 may not be sexy, but provide diversified investments for the long term. That means big profits over time.
There has been a changing of the guard in 2015. Now, some of the best dividend ETFs are those with a heavy focus overseas. Here are three to explore.
The Global X Super Dividend U.S. ETF (DIV) is an intriguing income holding now, and over time, the dividend ETF could be worthy of a core portfolio slot.
Even funds stuffed with blue chips tend to throw off lousy dividend yields, but these four income ETFs offer yields that range from 3% to more than 6%.