No. They're using the "fund distribution yield" which is based on the most recent distribution. DOO's most recent distribution was $1.04 per share. Their distributions for the rest of the year are much smaller (see http://www.wisdomtree.com/etfs/fund-details.asp?etfid=22#dist ). The "net yield" of 4.3% is more accurate (see http://www.wisdomtree.com/etfs/estimated-dividend-yield.asp ).
Thanks. I thought it sounded too good to be true. This still may be an interesting play on currencies and a general pickup in world business.W.