VE AU DVDY ETF UNITS [DVDY]
VanEck Morningstar Australian Moat Income ETF (DVDY, formerly VanEck Vectors Morningstar Australian Moat Income ETF) is an exchange traded fund. It gives investors exposure to a diversified portfolio of dividend paying quality ASX-listed companies selected by Morningstar. DVDY aims to provide investment returns before fees and other costs which track the performance of the Index.
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What is the VanEck Morningstar Australian Moat Income ETF (DVDY)?
If you’re looking for income from your equities, the DVDY ETF gives investors access to high dividend yielding stocks.
DVDY gives you 25 high dividend-paying, quality ASX-listed stocks and is fueled by Morningstar's rigorous equity research process. This process seeks to identify companies with strong financial health and screened on their “Economic Moat” rating.
An economic moat refers to a company’s long-term, sustainable advantage over its competitors. In the same way a moat protects a castle from attacks, the wider a company’s economic moat is, the better it is deemed to be in protecting its profits and market share.
The companies held in DVDY are equally weighted.
What are the benefits of the DVDY ETF?
Find the main benefits of the DVDY ETF here:
Access a forward-looking approach to dividend investing.
Access world-leading research from Morningstar.
Does DVDY pay dividends?
Yes, the DVDY ETF pays dividends four times a year.
What are the risks of the VanEck Morningstar Australian Moat Income ETF?
An investment in the DVDY ETF carries risks associated with financial markets generally, individual company management, industry sectors, fund operations and tracking an index.
Find out more about the VanEck Morningstar Australian Moat Income ETF.
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This does not constitute financial advice. You should do your own research before making an investment decision. Past performance is not a reliable indication of future performance. No representation is made as to the timeliness, reliability, accuracy or completeness of the market data provided.