How to generate a regular income in an age of low interest rates and bond yields? High dividend equities may offer a valuable alternative: for income investors VanEck Morningstar Developed Market Dividend Leaders ETF offers a way to access this income.
VanEck's Dividend ETF has a record of delivering high income yields to our investors (see below).
Source: Bloomberg, VanEck. The data has been calculated by dividing the full year dividend per ETF by the year end price per ETF. Dividends are gross dividends.
Past performance is not a reliable indicator for future performance. Data as of 31/01/2022.
The VanEck Morningstar Developed Market Dividend Leaders ETF tracks an index of global equities with high dividend yields – developed by Morningstar, the global market research firm. The index has the following parameters:
A dividend has been paid in the last 12 months.
Less than 75% of expected earnings are to be paid out in dividends.
The index selects the 100 shares with the highest dividend yields and weights them based on absolute dividends.
Maximum weightings of 40% in any sector and 5% in a single security.
|1 Month||3 Months||YTD||1 Year||
|VanEck Morningstar Developed Markets Dividend Leaders UCITS ETF||7.56%||0.38%||12.25%||20.29%||9.96%||7.78%||9.06%|
Figures in the table as of 31 October 2022. Periods greater than one year are annualised. Past performance is not a reliable indicator for future performance. Please note that the performance includes income distributions gross of Dutch withholding tax because Dutch investors receive a refund of the 15% Dutch withholding tax levied. Different investor types and investors from other jurisdictions may not be able to achieve the same level of performance due to their tax status and local tax rules. Please see disclaimers at the end of the website.
Lower risk: Typically lower reward
Higher risk: Typically higher reward
Because all or a portion of a Dividend ETF are being invested in securities denominated in foreign currencies, its exposure to foreign currencies and changes in the value of foreign currencies versus the base currency may result in reduced returns for the Fund, and the value of certain foreign currencies may be subject to a high degree of fluctuation. This is one of the factors to consider before investing in a Dividend ETF.
The prices of the securities included in a Dividend ETF are subject to the risks associated with investing in the securities market, including general economic conditions and sudden and unpredictable drops in value. Thus, an investment in the Fund may lose money.
For more information on risks, please see the “Risk Factors” section of the relevant Fund’s prospectus, available on www.vaneck.com.