3 (Unexpected) High-Yielding ETF Opportunities
With benchmark interest rates hovering at or near zero in many developed markets, investors of all types have been seeking out high-yielding asset classes to deliver current returns to their portfolios. Many have gravitated towards the 50+ dividend-focused ETFs on the market as tools for this challenging objective; that segment of the universe features many products with impressive yields. Other popular options include junk bonds and emerging market debt, two bond sub-sectors that have the potential to offer up attractive payouts as well. Another option lies in corners of the global stock market that have been beaten down over the past year or so, as many asset classes that have seen big price declines could offer up some huge yields if they are able to maintain their payouts going forward. Below, we profile three such opportunities [ETFdb Pro members can access the Monthly Dividend ETFdb Portfolio; sign up for a [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: Ten Worst Performing ETFs Of 2010 Earth Day Special: Definitive Guide To Clean Energy ETFs Ten Of The Worst Performing ETFs Of The First Quarter Ten Unexpected Observations On YTD ETF Returns China Solar Power: Sunny Days Ahead For Solar ETFs?
With benchmark interest rates hovering at or near zero in many developed markets, investors of all types have been seeking out high-yielding asset classes to deliver current returns to their portfolios. Many have gravitated towards the 50+ dividend-focused ETFs on the market as tools for this challenging objective; that segment of the universe features many products with impressive yields. Other popular options include junk bonds and emerging market debt, two bond sub-sectors that have the potential to offer up attractive payouts as well. Another option lies in corners of the global stock market that have been beaten down over the past year or so, as many asset classes that have seen big price declines could offer up some huge yields if they are able to maintain their payouts going forward. Below, we profile three such opportunities [ETFdb Pro members can access the Monthly Dividend ETFdb Portfolio; sign up for a [...]

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