Published Wed, 03 Apr 2019 14:55:24 -0400 on Seeking Alpha
Over the almost 4 years that I have been writing for Seeking Alpha, I have come to appreciate the viewpoint and perspective of dividend growth investors.
As you have likely gathered from the title, I will focus on the concept that, for at least some investors, ETFs offer a nice option with which to engage in dividend growth investing. I have covered this area before. However, I recently compared several competitors in this segment and have arrived at what I believe to be your best choice in 2019. My selection is the iShares Core Dividend Growth ETF (DGRO).
In this article, I will put my selection up against two worthy competitors. I will briefly touch on aspects of their construction as well as performance, with an eye to balancing risk vs. reward. At the end of the article, I will also address what might appear to be an inconsistency; the fact that I do not hold the very ETF I am recommending in my own portfolio.
But first, a little background.
Are DGI and ETFs Compatible?
Longtime ETF Monkey readers may be familiar with my July 2017 article featuring 20 Top Stocks For A Monthly Dividend Portfolio. In terms of page views, it is my most popular article ever for this platform. At the conclusion of the article, I revealed that I had 'put my money where my mouth was,' including the featured stocks in my personal portfolio.
Along the way, I became very familiar with the school of thought of DGI investors. These investors focus on a steadily growing stream of income... Read more
|Stock name||Last trade||P/E||Earnings/Share||Dividend/Share||Dividend yield|
|VANGUARD DIVIDEND APPRECIATION ETF||120.84||0.0||0.00||0.00||1.58|
Older articles featuring Vanguard Dividend Appreciation Etf (VIG):My Dividend Growth Rates
Revisiting A Dividend Portfolio Of The World's Best Dividend ETFs
Checking In On Our Dividend Growth Portfolios In 2019
In The Wake Of Ex-Dividend
Dividend Sanity In An Insane World
In 'This' Environment, Look For Dividend Growth Not High Dividends
Dividend Diligence: The Quant Model Speaks
NOBL: Stick With Dividend Aristocrats As Economic Fears Mount
Higher Yield Might Not Always Equal Lesser Returns For Retirees
SPHD: Use This High-Dividend, Low-Vol ETF For An Equity Pullback