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Schwab US Dividend targets steady dividend-payers and is the least expensive dividend-oriented ETF available.
Unless specified otherwise, all performance and market data are sourced from Bloomberg. For all indices, performance reflects total returns which is change in price plus reinvested dividends and/or interest, if any. MSCI index total returns are shown net of dividend withholding taxes.
Schwab U.S. Dividend Equity ETF is a solid core holding with an income orientation.
This quality strategy looks beyond past dividend growth.
Dividend strategies can look and behave differently from one another depending on how they manage the trade-off between income and dividend growth.
This dividend strategy has shone during market downturns by favoring companies with durable competitive advantages.