DVY is one of the largest dividend-focused ETFs, but it has a number of flaws.
This ETF weights mid-caps by the dollar amount of dividends paid, instead of simply targeting the highest-yielding stocks.
These 'driver-less' funds may be going places you may not want to be.
As these sometimes complex new funds continue to grow, investors need to be selective, writes Morningstar’s Ben Johnson.
Popular dividend-oriented ETFs that tilt toward yield or dividend growth have their roots in the teachings of Ben Graham.
Near-term interest-rate risk doesn't change the core qualities that investors should look for in dividend-strategy exchange-traded funds.
Your dividend ETF might have another trick up its sleeve: efficient exposure to the quality and value premiums.
Demanding a quick return and shorter payback, investors bid up higher-yielding but potentially slower-growing stocks.
This dividend ETF has a compelling strategy, but its expense ratio induces sticker shock.
Schwab U.S. Dividend Equity stands out from the crowd with its rock-bottom expense ratio and emphasis on sustainable income.