RIET Hoya Capital High Dividend Yield ETF
RIET Fund Description
RIET tracks an index of 100 high-dividend-paying, US-listed common and preferred stocks of REITs and real estate operating companies.
RIET Factset Analytics Insight
RIET targets the real estate’s highest dividend-yielders. The fund includes US-listed common and preferred stocks of REITs and real estate operating companies. Eligible firms are initially grouped into three market-cap tiers (large-, mid, and small-cap) and 14 real estate property sectors (healthcare, industrial, infrastructure, residential, data center, net lease, retail, land/agriculture, storage, lodging, office, specialty, and home and commercial financing). The fund’s diversified portfolio aims to hold 100 fixed-weighted stocks comprising: a) 10 Dividend Champions (15% weight)—selected from each property sector based on market-cap, dividend yield, and debt ratio, b) 10 large-, 25 mid, and 25 small-cap REITs (75% weight)—identified based on dividend yield, with a maximum of six firms per property sector in each tier, and c) 30 Preferreds (10% weight)—which are the most actively-traded and highest dividend-yielding real-estate preferred stocks. The index rebalances semi-annually.
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This measurement shows how easy it is to trade a $1 million USD block of RIET. RIET is rated a 3 out of 5.
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