The Federal Reserve announced on March 22 that it was raising its key interest rate by 25 basis points, the ninth consecutive increase. As interest rates increase, dividend ETFs and those investing in them are caught in a perplexing situation.
So, what do you do? If you’re a buy-and-hold investor, you might consider some dollar-cost averaging to ride out the low points. Alternatively, you could find dividend ETFs with high income (4% yield or higher) and low fees (0.6% or lower) like the ones here. And, for liquidity purposes, I’ve only included dividend ETFs with at least $1 billion in net assets.
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