s are like that – they combine the benefits of dividend investing with the low cost and diversification of ETFs. That explains why they’re a hit with income-seeking investors, particularly after last year’s market meltdown,” John Heinzl Reports From The Globe And Mail.
“When markets are falling it makes people realize that a dividend is an important part of your return,” says Som Seif, chief executive officer of Claymore Investments. “Dividend investing through ETFs is a very smart approach because it gives you broad exposure to dividend-paying stocks without the single-stock risk.”
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