Finding Reliable Dividends in ETFs

Smart Money’s Jack Hough screens for stocks paying consistently high dividends in the article 6 Stocks Paying Reliable 6% Yields.

The main stock that Hough profiles is the New York City utility Consolidated Edison (ED). Hough points out that the company has reliably maintained its dividend which now yields 6% due to a decline in share price.

Three ETFs hold at least 3% of the fund in Con Ed including the First Trust Alphadex Utility Fund (FXU), the PowerShares FTSE RAFI Utilities Sector Portfolio (PRFU) and the SPDR S&P Dividend ETF (SDY).

See the Dividend ETF Directory for a complete listing.

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