Getting Paid to Wait: 5 BMO ETFs yielding 5% or more
BMO ETFs presents our top 5 picks yielding 5% or more for investors who are looking for ideas to enhance the level of yield in their portfolios.Oct. 2, 2023
- Utilities and Energy pipeline equities have been in recent demand.
- Volatile geo-political environment lends well to the generation of high income from option premiums.
- Canadian dividend equities continue to benefit from factor shift from Growth to Value, with Energy, Materials and Utilities benefiting.
- Solid historical dividend growth, and additional income through covered calls.
- Banks have sold off presenting an attractive valuation opportunity.
- Fundamentals continue to be strong with Forward P/E below 10x, and underlying dividend yield in excess of 4%.
- Yield harvesting balanced strategy on high-quality U.S. equities, with equity allocation increasing during a market selloff. Well positioned for a recovery.
- The option overlay (put and call selling) generates tax-efficient income.**
- Dividend-oriented equities continue to be well-capitalized and strongly positioned to deliver results amid high inflation
- The U.S. economy is likely to lead the developed world during a period of economic slowdown backed by high-quality U.S. companies
- Also offered in Mutual fund format
*Annualized Distribution Yield as of October 2, 2023: The most recent regular distribution, or expected distribution, (excluding additional year-end distributions) annualized for frequency, divided by current NAV. Source: BMO Global Asset Management.
**As compared to an investment that generates an equivalent amount of interest income.
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