|Bid||36.10 x 2900|
|Ask||36.55 x 27000|
|Day's Range||35.98 - 36.32|
|52 Week Range||23.85 - 38.33|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|YTD Daily Total Return||0.16%|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.95|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.46%|
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Your bills generally come monthly. Your mortgage, your car payment, your utility bills ... even the gym membership and Netflix subscription come due once per month.Yet that's not how most investments typically work. Bonds tend to pay their coupon payments semiannually, and stocks tend to pay their dividends quarterly. You can get paid much more frequently, however. A number of monthly dividend stocks and funds can help you better align your investment income with your living expenses.Investors received a stark reminder of how important stable income is during the market turmoil of February and March. Not only did the stock market take a nosedive, but many seemingly reliable dividend payers were forced to cut or suspend their payouts.Furthermore, the coronavirus lockdowns have disrupted the livelihoods of millions of Americans, leaving many to dip into already depleted portfolios to pay their bills."Income security is the single biggest concern I'm hearing from my clients," says Sonia Joao, a wealth manager based in Houston, Texas. "Many of my clients are at that critical age when they become targeted for early retirement, and that's now more likely than ever with companies being forced to reduce headcount. Replacing that lost income is our top priority."Today, we're going to take a look at 11 of the best monthly dividend stocks and funds that have so far managed the coronavirus with their payouts intact. Not all of these will be exceptionally high yielders. In this environment, it's better to take a lower but reliable yield than to reach for an unrealistically high yield, only to watch it evaporate before the next payment. SEE ALSO: 32 Ways to Earn Up to 9% on Your Money Now
Exchange-traded funds offer an easy strategy for portfolio diversification, but high monthly dividend ETFs also generate steady income distributions desired by income-seeking investors, suggests Ned Piplovic, editor of DividendInvestor.