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Invesco S&P 500 High Dividend Low Volatility ETF (SPHD)

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  • R
    Rachael
    Will SPHD benefit from Tesla joining the S&P500 in Dec? Announcement was made this afternoon...
    Bullish
  • p
    pugaciov7
    Why did it skip the September dividend?
  • L
    LUCKEY
    GREAT DIVIDEND 👍
    Bullish
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    jad1148
    Monthly Distributions are reported here:
    (Click "Distributions" and then "View All")
    https://www.invesco.com/us/financial-products/etfs/product-detail?audienceType=Investor&ticker=SPHD
  • A
    Alex
    Does anyone know the tax implications of the dividends? I saw some of the holdings are reits and rest are regular equities. Is the whole fund taxed as regular income because of the reits? Or is everything split accordingly?
  • L
    LUCKEY
    BUY BUY BUY GOING UP FROM HERE $$$
    Bullish
  • L
    LUCKEY
    Love this stock going forward 👍👌
    Bullish
  • R
    Rothchild
    The economic recovery is an inevitable trend that will inevitably come.

    Although the outlook for the future economy may seem a bit dark now due to the corona and the like, nonetheless, a good day will come again.

    (Or, there is a good chance that there will be a better day than ever.)

    Because there is no possibility that the activities people go to work to make money will stop.

    The S&P 500-related ETF stocks are the stocks that benefit most from the economic recovery trend.
    Bullish
  • m
    mayslakeman
    Dividend probably should have been last Monday, historically. Likely will be next Monday.
  • L
    LUCKEY
    WOW$$$
    Bullish
  • L
    LUCKEY
    Yes I got mine to 🤑💪
    Bullish
  • Z
    Zeke
    so much for 'low volatility' with this fund...it has crated the exact same percentage as the S&P 500 as a whole
  • T
    Troutman
    high dividend low volatility my As boo
  • J
    Jeff
    .1573 Div. this month. I admit I love that monthly dividend. I have not sold any during this drop, bought some extra and would like to add a lot more but concerned about how they manage when a company cuts their dividend. Also if a company like WFC is now paying a huge dividend are they buying it for the fund?! Still trying to decide whether I should use this for my dividend investing or buy stocks on my own.
  • S
    StefanS
    Anyone concerned with the dividend? This ETF is 22% real estate and 11% energy.
  • M
    MasterHugeProfits
    I bought this POS at $42.00 a couple weeks ago and look at price today 30.00-$32.00. Every stocks,etf and sector has been crushed lately though,no doubt.I bought 1,000 shares for the dividend and the diversity of this etf.Down 10k in 2 weeks to collect 200 buck a month.I will hold it,no doubt.I just wish I would've decided to buy in now instead of 2 weeks ago.The institutions will quietly buy everything back.
    Bullish
  • s
    satu nusa satu bangsa
    Is the dividend paid considered as a qualified dividend or ordinary income?
  • C
    Craig
    A massive drop today for a low volatility stock....
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    LUCKEY
    BUY BUY BUY THIS STOCK IS GOING UP FROM HERE#$%$
    Bullish
  • M
    Michael
    Bought into this fund yesterday! My timing was right on the money!