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Saturday, June 20, 2020

Top Holdings Of Dividend ETFs (Part 2: The Top 7 By Sector In June 2020)

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

The top-ranked stock in June 2020 is Apple (AAPL), followed by Microsoft (MSFT) and Verizon Communications (VZ).

The top holdings are not distributed evenly among the 11 GICS sectors. For example, the Information Technology sector has 11 representatives in the top 50 holdings, whereas the Materials sector has none. For investors looking to build a diversified portfolio, an uneven distribution is not very helpful. That's why I'm showcasing the top seven stocks in each GICS sector in Part 2 of this article, regardless of ranking.
I provide key metrics for each stock, as well as a fair value estimate. Investors looking to build a diversified portfolio might find this information useful.

Additionally, I include FAST Graphs charts for a selection of stocks. In my view, these are good candidates for further analysis and possible investment.

To see the top 50 holdings of dividend ETFs for June 2020, please read this article at Seeking Alpha.

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