Emerging Markets Dividend ETF
Of course talking about market sectors, high dividends are no market sector at all, but it is a very interesting Emerging Markets ETF and I had to put it somewhere. So here it is. The emerging markets party is behind us so buying blindfolded is not a wise idea anymore (if ever it was).
That being said, there still are some very nice stocks from sound and solid companies within emerging markets available. Being able to pay out higher than average dividends most certainly is a sign of strength. These are the same companies that could profit from a growing economy.
SPDR S&P Emerging Markets Dividend UCITS ETF
This SPDR Emerging Markets Dividend ETF is fully focused on high paying dividend stocks from emerging markets. This SPDR dividend ETF is tracking the S&P Emerging Markets Dividend Opportunities Index. More than 100 shares are included in this ETF.
The spread is wide with over 15 countries where Taiwan is leading the rest of the pack with a 25% share in this Emerging Markets dividend ETF. Striking second comes in South Africa with a 15% share. Brazil is third with 10%. Then follows Thailand, Turkey and China with 9% each.
The sector wide spread is balanced with the financial market sector leading the rest with a 25% share. Communications and Information Technology are both weighed at 20%.
Looking at company level we will see SK Telecom Co. Ltd being weighed as the largest company just ahead of Vodacom Group Limited and Turkcell Iletsim Hizmetleri A.S.
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SPDR S&P Emerging Markets Dividend UCITS ETF info:
ETF provider: SPDR (State Street Global Advisors)
This SPDR S&P Emerging Markets Dividend UCITS ETF has quotations on different exchanges and is known under several ticker symbols. As long as the ISIN number is identical you are dealing with the same ETF.