|Bid||34.11 x 800|
|Ask||34.14 x 800|
|Day's Range||33.99 - 34.25|
|52 Week Range||26.21 - 34.70|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|YTD Daily Total Return||24.35%|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.35%|
Trade negotiations between the U.S. and China are set to resume tomorrow in Washington. Todd Shriber, Staff Writer at Benzinga, joins Seana Smith on The Ticker to discuss how investors can use dividend growth ETFs to reduce volatility amid trade uncertainty.
As rates decline, dividend-themed ETFs have begun to outperform, attracting income-minded investors with their relatively more attractive payouts. Among the best performing dividend-related ETFs of this ...
Capital inflows into exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are fast approaching $4 trillion in value, and fixed income ETFs, in particular, are seeing more interest from investors. In a low-interest rate environment, what is more appealing—the yield or the safety? Jay Jacobs, senior vice president and head of research and strategy at Global X Funds, says it's the former.
The features of dividend-yielding equities are obvious with regard to the sustained income aspect, but more importantly, given the current market environment, they also possess risk management features that could mute the effects of volatility. "The potential benefits have been well-documented--dividends have been a large contributor to long-term stock returns over time, and with interest rates poised to remain low equity dividends are likely to be an important part of that story," wrote Victory Capital portfolio manager Dan Banaszak. After all, dividend yield is just a percentage—a function of stock price—so a company encountering trouble and a stock declining in price might still sport a very attractive yield.
As global growth is expected to slow down further, investors can resort to safer options like treasury ETFs, dividend ETFs and quality picks.