HDV iShares Core High Dividend ETF
What is HDV?
HDV tracks a dividend-weighted index of 75 high-yielding US equities, screened for high earnings potential and dividend sustainability.
HDV Factset Analytics Insight
HDV offers complex high-dividend yield exposure in an ETF wrapper. Eligible securities must pass two Morningstar proprietary screens, each designed to ensure sustainability. The first is the presence of an economic “moat” something that sets the firm apart from its peers. This helps the fund weather downturns. (The MOAT ETF uses this approach without the high-dividend yield focus.) The second is a forward-looking comparison of assets to liabilities. REITs are excluded. HDV targets 75 stocks by dividend yield. Stocks are weighted by the total dollar amount of dividends paid rather than yield. It is perhaps this last step that gives the fund it bias towards larger firms, while the sum total of all the steps produces unique sector biases. In all, HDV delivers a high-yield play with robust sustainability screens. The index undergoes quarterly rebalance and reconstitution.
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Factset Analytics Block Liquidity
This measurement shows how easy it is to trade a $1 million USD block of HDV. HDV is rated a 5 out of 5.
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