The Vanguard Dividend Appreciation ETF, which seeks to track companies that have consistently increased their dividends for ten consecutive years, may seem like a great pick for retirees looking for reliable income. As today’s article points out, however, there is a problem: despite holding companies that have a track record of raising their dividends for ten consecutive years, the ETF itself has not done the same. Why can’t retirees rely on this fund to consistently pay out ever-increasing dividends – and what ETF does the author highlight as possibly being a better alternative? CLICK HERE.
A Better Way To Consistent Dividend Growth In Retirement
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