The two primary styles of dividend investing are growth and yield. In the latter, investors embrace stocks with what are deemed above-average yields — often from slower-growth sectors, such as utilities and real estate.
In this interactive session with three VettaFi Voices, you will learn where the money flowed into and out of in 2022, how advisors are utilizing ETFs in their practice to meet strategic and tactical client objectives, and what the focus will be in the year ahead. Get smarter about one of the most popular financial products and understand how they can help keep clients on the path to their financial goals.
Over the coming years, Direct Indexing is expected to grow at a faster rate than traditional financial products such as mutual funds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), and separate accounts.* But what does it have to do with you and your clients?
Energy infrastructure has long attracted investors seeking income, but there are other notable investment benefits for today’s volatile markets. Energy infrastructure companies generate stable cash flows from fee-based businesses resulting in more defensive energy exposure.