Seeking stocks from around the world with high dividend yields? A challenge awaits.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, wait, no, it’s a SuperDividend ETF! Or is it?
Investors looking for international exposure should consider limiting their exposure to Europe as eurozone policymakers continue working to find a solution to the continent’s debt crisis, according to a report by Morningstar.
Patricia Oey, analyst at Morningstar, created the following list of ETFs that can provide relative stable international exposure:
One of the major misunderstandings many investors have about commodities ETFs is how futures-based ETFs work.
Dividend ETFs have been all the rage lately, and it’s not hard to see why.
As the first follow-up to my popular tabulation of ETF fund revenues, I offer you a view from the bottom.
Claymore Says Timberrr!
Claymore is offering investors access to a market segment that they may not have been able to access before. The Claymore/Clear Global Timber ETF (AMEX: CUT) is the first U.S.-listed timber fund. Previously, timber was largely restricted to institutional investors because of the high costs associated with acquiring timber land.
New 100-stock indexes cover the world and the world ex-U.S.