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Just bought an etf to diversify and get dividends: The Guggenheim Multi-Asset Income ETF (CVY) September 30, 2016

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Guggenheim Multi-Asset Income ETF

Dividend Yield: 5.1%
Expenses: 0.65%*

Traditional stocks aren’t the only places to find a great dividends. Esoteric asset classes like real estate investment trusts, master limited partnerships or preferred stocks throw off plenty of yield. Yet, they can be difficult to value and purchase for many retail investors. The Guggenheim Multi-Asset Income ETF (CVY) makes adding these asset classes easy.

CVY tracks the Zacks Multi-Asset Income Index. That index is made up of a variety of these asset classes and includes the aforementioned REITs, MLPs and preferred stocks. But also adds in international ADRs, royalty trusts, business development companies, closed-end funds and high-yielding common stocks.

In the end, investors have a dividend ETF that is a one-stop shop for all the “weird” dividend stocks that the market has to offer. Betting on “weird,” however, is also good for income. And CVY kicks out a hefty 5.08% dividend yield.

Expenses for one of the most unfamiliar dividend ETFs out there come in at 0.65%

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