about the advantages of using exchange-traded-funds (ETFs) to hop on
and off market sector swings. But you might be surprised to learn
than many ETFs pay high dividend yields (dividend yield is the next 12-month’s
estimated dividends divided by the price you pay for the shares).
instance, more than 50 ETFs are paying at least 3% yields and more
than 20 are paying 5% or higher.
Here’s a list of all known dividend-paying ETFs,
sorted by yield with the highest dividend ETFs at the top.
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validating dividend yield data, so verify
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