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High-Quality Dividends at a Low Fee

With a razor-thin expense ratio and 60% of its holdings sporting wide moats, this exchange-traded fund is suitable as a core holding.


Abby Woodham: Dividend-strategy ETFs fall into one of two categories. The first type seeks out stocks that are paying above-average yields in order to provide a high level of current income. These funds tend to delve into deep-value territory.

The second kind of dividend-strategy ETF looks for stocks that are paying moderate yields but are very durable and likely to sustain or grow their dividends into the future.

Abby Woodham does not own shares in any of the securities mentioned above. Find out about Morningstar’s editorial policies.