|Bid||33.19 x 800|
|Ask||39.27 x 900|
|Day's Range||36.06 - 36.44|
|52 Week Range||28.51 - 36.80|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|YTD Daily Total Return||1.96%|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.21|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.50%|
As global markets struggle with the rapidly-spreading coronavirus, dividend growth ETFs can help maintain steady income flows for investors.
Investors should not be panic-stricken by Coronavirus outbreak as the impact is less likely to last long. Stay invested in these top ETFs.
As Wall Street bulls rage on, investors can play high-beta ETFs to make the most of the Santa rally. These ETFs offer solid value and allay overpricing concerns.
The rally was powered by upbeat data across the globe, easing monetary policies, stronger-than-expected earnings and trade deal optimism.
In the third quarter, global dividends hit a record, but the annual growth has decelerated sharply, signaling that "a marked slowdown is under way."
Dividend ETFs have staged a rally this year, raising overvaluation concerns. Investors thus can have a look at these low P/E dividend ETFs.
Sino-US trade spat uncertainty, Brexit woes and the deepening Middle East tensions are stoking geopolitical risks. To combat this unrest, we suggest some dividend growth ETFs.
Zeroing in on the 'dividend aristocrats' or the 'dividend growers' could be the most beneficial way to ride out the current market volatility resulting from political and geopolitical worries.
RDVY tracks the NASDAQ US Rising Dividend Achievers Index, which like many other underlying benchmarks for popular dividend ETFs, has a dividend increase streak, but the requirement of five years is less strict than what is found on some competing funds. RDVY has some other qualifiers, including that member firms “paid a dividend in the trailing twelve-month period greater than the dividend paid in the trailing twelve-month period three and five years prior,” according to First Trust. Due to those requirements for entry, RDVY can offer investors a basket of stocks with strong dividend sustainability and growth potential, but those qualifiers also lead to a small basket as highlighted by the fund's number of holdings of just 50.
After a stellar Fed-induced rally in the first half, the U.S. market looks pricey. These ETF techniques could save you from any overvaluation-related downside risks.
In good times and bad, dividend stocks act almost like rent checks, coming monthly or quarterly like clockwork. Many investors, whether you're a professional working on Wall Street or a regular Joe on Main Street, swear by them.It's a big reason why assets in U.S. dividend exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have grown exponentially over the past decade. In 2009, U.S. dividend ETF assets were less than $20 billion. By the middle of 2018, they had increased to more than $170 billion.The reason: Dividend ETFs provide investors with a diversified portfolio of dividend-paying stocks that allows you to invest and collect income without having to do nearly the amount of research you'd need before buying a large number of the individual components.If you're in this camp of hopeful set-it-and-forget-it investors, here are seven dividend ETFs to buy and hold for the long haul. Diversified by geography, style, size, sector, etc., this collection of ETFs can be held as a group or individually depending on your preferences, risk tolerance and investment horizon. SEE ALSO: The 19 Best ETFs for a Prosperous 2019