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Dividend Growth ETFs?
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Lately I've been trying to research the best dividend growth stocks (JNJ, AVGO, TXN etc.) when it occurred to me that it might be best to simply find a dividend fund that covers this area.  

This article seems to fit the bill: https://www.investopedia.com/articles/etfs/top-etfs/.  It covers ONEQ, SYLD, and TDV.  Does anyone here invest in these, or others?

From an income producing view, SYLD seems best of the 3 with its 2.16% yield, and of course ONEQ claims to have 48.1% performance in the last year which is nice.
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(02-22-2021, 07:41 AM)ken-do-nim Wrote: Lately I've been trying to research the best dividend growth stocks (JNJ, AVGO, TXN etc.) when it occurred to me that it might be best to simply find a dividend fund that covers this area.  

This article seems to fit the bill: https://www.investopedia.com/articles/etfs/top-etfs/.  It covers ONEQ, SYLD, and TDV.  Does anyone here invest in these, or others?

From an income producing view, SYLD seems best of the 3 with its 2.16% yield, and of course ONEQ claims to have 48.1% performance in the last year which is nice.

DGRO, SCHD, and VIG are my three favorites.
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We discussed this sometime back. I think the ETFs fail to meet the DGI in part due to turnover. Hold them for years and you still get about the same yield. If in a taxable account they generate Cap gains taxes from trading. If you do it, VIG is among the recognized best. It's a Waterhouse ETF. I preferred VYM though, also from Waterhouse. Pays a considerably higher div because it holds more shares of the high yielding aristocrats like T, Chevron, ABBV etc. I say this without looking at them for about a year. I think DGI is properly done with individual stocks. Grab a couple of the best, (like AVGO) and just hold them for the DGI yield on cost trick to properly work.
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