7 ETFs Yielding 7% Or More

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August 28, 2012
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The Federal Reserves’ promise to keep interest rates at a low level for the next two years has put a damper on returns, but some funds have been able to capture decent yields for those willing to take a risk, according to an article on ETF Database.

The article highlights the following funds, as they each have rewarded risk investors with yields above 7 percent throughout 2012:

  • Global X Dividend ETF (NYSEArca: SDIV)
  • PowerShares KBW High Dividend Yield Financial Portfolio (NYSEArca: KBWD)
  • ETRACS 2X Leveraged Long Well Fargo Business Development Company ETN (NYSEArca: BDCL)
  • 2X Monthly Leveraged Long Alerian MLP Infrastructure Index ETF (NYSEArca: MLPL)
  • Guggenheim S&P Global Dividend Opportunities Index ETF (NYSEArca: LVL)
  • iShares B – Ca Rated Corporate Bond Fund (NYSEArca: QLTC)
  • WisdomTree DEFA Equity Income Fund (NYSEArca: DTH)

 

Visit ETFdb.com for more information on the products listed above.

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