DIVIDEND ETF

A list of ETFs for Feb 2021

Latest price
Change 24h
Fund size
Expense ratio
Issuer
1
201$
-0.73%
416,257,835,008$
0.04%
Vanguard
Buy
2
384$
-0.60%
352,235,552,768$
0.10%
State Street Global Advisors
Buy
3
100$
-0.09%
17,540,009,984$
0.39%
iShares, Blackrock
Buy
4
21$
-0.09%
0.94%
Invesco
Buy
7
35$
0.12%
0.07%
State Street Global Advisors
Buy
8
47$
0.31%
0.40%
WisdomTree, Vanguard, VanEck, State Street Global Advisors, ProShares, PIMCO, JPMorgan Chase, iShares, Invesco, Global X, First Trust, Fidelity, Direxion, Charles Schwab, BNP Paribas, Blackrock, ARK, Amplify
Buy
9
90$
-0.17%
0.08%
iShares, Blackrock
Buy
10
66$
-0.08%
0.06%
Charles Schwab
Buy
11
109$
-0.11%
0.35%
State Street Global Advisors
Buy
12
39$
0.14%
0.49%
iShares, Blackrock
Buy
13
13$
0.09%
0.58%
Global X
Buy
14
74$
0.67%
0.58%
WisdomTree
Buy
15
94$
-0.20%
0.06%
Vanguard
Buy
16
57$
0.14%
0.25%
Invesco
Buy
17
28$
0.04%
0.38%
WisdomTree
Buy

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Dividend ETFs are the kind of ETFs investing in a basket of high-dividend-paying stocks. Thus, it offers lesser risks since it usually consists of big companies. If you take an interest in investing in big companies, the Dividend ETFs might be worth considering.

Let's get into it more!

What is a Dividend ETF?

A dividend ETF consists of dividend-paying stocks that usually track a dividend index. This kind of ETF pays dividends to investors, both qualified or non-qualified ones.

Since they are high-dividend stocks, they tend to have a solid dividend history. In simple terms, it means the more significant, less-risky, blue-chip companies.

Such companies may either be domestic or international. Moreover, it can span a range of economic sectors and industries. Among the few companies are the International Business Machines Corp. (IBM), 3M Co. (MMM(, and Nike Inc. (NKE).

What is the best Dividend ETF?

The market has an array of Dividend ETFs to choose from if you plan on investing in this ETF. There's no telling which is the best, but the list below filters out your best options if you plan on going for this ETF.

  • iShares Core High Dividend (HDV)
  • Invesco Zacks Multi-Asset Income (CVY)
  • Invesco KBW High Dividend Yield Financial Portfolio (KBWD)
  • ALPS Sector Dividend Dogs (SDOG)
  • SPDR S&P Dividend (SDY)
  • WisdomTree U.S. SmallCap Dividend Fund (DES)
  • Schwab US Equity Dividend (SCHD)

As always, the list filters out the best performing Dividend ETFs around. In the end, it would be on you to choose the best Dividend ETF.

Is Dividend ETF a good investment?

Dividend ETFs also have their positive benefits and downsides. For instance, it can take a lot of stress and hassle from income investing. Nevertheless, it's an attractive option to consider since it will give you peace of mind and time savings. Moreover, it's ideal for those who don't mind the fees and have an interest in analyzing individual stocks.