For investors who would prefer a one-stop shop for dividend growth investing, dividend ETFs are an efficient way to do it. Here are two that look good.
This dividend fund strives for a mix of growth and income Its current dividend yield is 1.91%, paid monthly.
Vanguard Dividend Appreciation ETF (VIG)
from The MoneyLetter
Updated from DD 248, May 15, 2013
Vanguard Dividend Appreciation ETF (VIG) tries to track the performance of the NASDAQ Dividend...
Today’s updates cover companies beginning with the letters M-S, several of which gave investors very nice returns. I’ve included the advisor’s current advice on the pick, whenever available, and given you the return from the date of recommendation through the end of 2013.
Today we have an ETF recommendation from The MoneyLetter, written by James
Kedzierski, editor of the Canadian Mutual Fund Adviser.
“Vanguard Dividend Appreciation ETF (VIG $66 NYSEArca) seeks to track the
performance of the NASDAQ U.S. Dividend Achievers Select Index, which consists
of common stocks of companies have...
“Black Hills Corp. (BKH, $41) -- With prices for coal not exactly setting records right now, Black Hills could be in an advantageous position. Regulations limiting emissions have pushed prices for coal down and are putting older, dirtier coal plants out of service they...
“This month I want you to purchase BlackRock Enhanced Dividend Achievers Trust (BDJ, $8). The closed-end fund’s shares represent a portfolio of high-yield dividend-paying equities. To generate more income, the fund issues covered calls against its equities and uses the premiums to bolster dividend...