Because concerns related to high inflation and a resurgence of COVID-19 cases could keep the overall stock market under pressure in the near term, we think it could be wise to bet on dividend-paying ETFs...
Let's look at some safer ETF strategies that investors can play keeping in mind certain burning issues that can flare up uncertainty in the near term.
Here we discuss some ETF areas that make great investing choices for the second half of 2021.
Dividend aristocrat funds open up dividend growth opportunities for investors in comparison to other products in the space.
Let's look at some safer ETF strategies which investors can play, keeping in mind certain burning issues that can spike uncertainties in the near term.
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Wall Street sees a bumpy ride this week as inflation fears continue to tighten grip on the market.
With COVID-19 vaccination taking momentum, the outlook for large U.S. companies' corporate actions is looking bright.
No companies announced a cut or suspension in dividends this year while about 33 companies in the S&P 500 announced dividend hikes in April.
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Let's take a look at some dividend aristocrats ETFs that investors can consider amid the worsening pandemic conditions.
These dividend ETFs are hovering at a record high. Most of these ETFs offer yields higher than the benchmark U.S.-treasury yield and some possess stocks that have a strong history of hiking dividends regularly....
The dividend-focused products offer safety through payouts, and stability in the form of mature companies that are less volatile amid large swings in stock prices.
Biden???s plan is to hike the corporate tax rate to 28% from 21%. This could hurt a few investing areas.
'Dividend aristocrats' or 'dividend growers' are likely to perform well and are attractive investment options for an impressive finish to 2021, especially amid resurging coronavirus cases.
Dividend investing remains a popular strategy for investors even in the face of rising yields.
S&P 500 ETFs amassed considerable assets in February while junk bond ETFs saw assets gushing out.
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Dividends paid by U.S. corporations climbed 2.6% year over year to a record high of $503.1 billion last year.