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Sunday, December 8, 2019

Top Holdings Of Dividend ETFs (Part 2: The Top 7 By Sector In November 2019)

In Part 1 of this article, I presented the top 50 holdings of 50 Dividend ETFs, ranked by using a proportional scoring system that favors larger investments and larger ETFs.

The top-ranked stock in November 2019 is Apple (AAPL), which appeared in the top 25 holdings of 26 of the 50 ETFs. The runner-up is Microsoft (MSFT) with 25 appearances, followed by AT&T (T) and Verizon Communications (VZ), each with 19 appearances.

In the May 2019 edition, I noted there were no Real Estate sector stocks in the top 50 holdings. The reason is that the Dividend ETFs I analyzed in May focus on equity investment. For the November edition, I decided to add five dividend-paying ETFs that invest in real estate equities.

In this article, I'm showcasing the top 7 stocks in each GICS sector.

I provide key ratings and metrics as well as quality scores and fair value estimates for each stock. Investors looking to build a diversified portfolio might find this information useful.

Additionally, I include F.A.S.T. Graphs charts for one stock in each GICS sector. In my view, these are good candidates for analysis and possible investment.

To see the top 50 holdings of dividend ETFs for November 2019, please read this article at Seeking Alpha.

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