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The 3 Best Dividend ETFs (Buy & Hold)

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🔴#Dividend #ETF #VIG #VYM 🔴

Dividend investing is a great way to build a large nest egg and income stream for retirement.

However, most people don’t want to take the time or effort to pick individual stocks.

If you aren't familiar, ETF stands for Exchange Traded Fund. An ETF is simply a "basket" of stocks that follows or attempts to mimic a specific benchmark or index.

In this video, I'm going to analyze 3 ETFs with a bonus ETF at the end of the video.

We're going to talk about each Dividend ETF's description and strategy.

It's MSCI ESG Analytics Rating (I’ll explain in the video).

The dividend yield, expense ratio, # of Holdings, Top 10 sectors, Top 10 Holdings.

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*What is your favorite Dividend Paying ETF?*

Author — Marko - WhiteBoard Finance

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Sorry, but yields of 2% are ridiculous...

Author — centrino538

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Huge fan of dividend ETFs. Far less work than picking individual dividend stocks and gives some protection as it has more holdings

Author — The Andrew Lopez Finance Podcast

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Had to pause and give this man a thumbs up at the point he was open and honest from the very beginning with this being a sponsored video. He could've just brushed it off, but he respects his audience and he deserves all the likes, subscribe and shares. Thanks, Marko!

Author — Adi Cristea

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Signed up for WeBull! Appreciate this video and the ETF tips I'll be investing in the first 3! I've been buying SCHX on Schwab the past few months

Author — Wise Eats

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JETS is also an interesting choice. Although, probably not that stable nowadays.

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Author — Jaja

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Genius Ad we got to see full studio and large portion of rental house. Wouldn’t have skipped it if had option to.

Author — RYAN RAINES

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SCHD. My man. My personal favorite.

Check out VPU sometime too. .10 expense ratio is .02 higher than I'd like, but the sector probably requires some more managing of who's included and who's not as contracts within the industry could fluctuate revenue for the companies. The dividend yield makes up for the "higher" expense in my mind though. I don't have enough time to educate myself on all these different utilities, so an ETF for the sector is a solid play for me. I think it's a little beaten down right now too.

Author — Bradley Roth

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This is a great video!! Hope lots of people view and learn from this!

Author — Steven Vander Hoek Finance

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I own 3 out of the 4 (no SCHD). VIG is in my Wealthfront portfolio, but they also use SCHD as part of their strategy so I'll probably end up owning it at some point if I keep putting money in there. The other two I own in my M1 finance dividend pie along with DJD and DGRO.

Author — Freedom is Frugal

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I held stocks for a long term and invested in Bitcoin and Forex, I've been earning much from it 🤑🤑

Author — Suber Green

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Love your set up! I need to get something like that!

Author — Personal Finance

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Your wife must love that your setup takes over the entire kitchen and living room LOL

Author — Gazziza29

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Had me cracking up when you said “ I’m going to edit this out.... no I’m not! I’m leaving it!!” Lolol

Author — The Slicky Ricky

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haha, I like how you cut the part of "that makes you a ..."

Author — Yu Ma

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The first three you mentioned are the ones I found to be the best based on my own research before I saw this video. The Vanguard funds have been around at least 10 years and have the best returns over that time period.

Author — Mark McDonald

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YO VYM THE All I do is buy VYM shares with the exception of buying SPY shares in a ten:one ratio. Every month I am snagging the juicy ETF shares. I literally do not any singular companies. I invest 70% of my income like there's no tomorrow. Who knows when I'll get crippled and be out of work capability?

Author — Jacob Lloyd

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Been doing SPHD (25% )as my go to ETF. 5.62% yield and 0.30% expense, pays monthly and really starts adding up once you own a bit. Then throwing money at MSFT (25%), the other 50% is spread across other stocks and ETF's.

Author — Nathaniel Maldonado

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Nice studio set-up! I always wondered what type of lighting you had

Author — Wise Cents