For dividend growth investors, the current market environment is challenging to say the least. If you’re leaning on your portfolio for income, the 1.9% dividend yield offered by the S&P 500 just isn’t going to cut it.
For much of the past couple of years, we’ve seen income investors abandon the fixed income markets and did their toes into the equities markets in search of higher yields. The Fed’s widely expected rate hike in December made those dividend yields look slightly less attractive. If the Fed’s forecast of three more hikes in […]
From Zacks: Dividend ETFs across world have had a stellar-to-decent show so far this year with volatility rearing its ugly head occasionally and interest rates staying low in the developed world on risk-off trade sentiments.
The ALPS Sector Dividend Dogs ETF (Exchange-Traded Fund) (NYSE: SDOG) declared its third quarter 2012 distribution of $0.2868 on Tuesday, September 25th. The dividend is payable on October 3, 2012 to shareholders of record on September 28, 2012.
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