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Highest Monthly Distributions for Covered Call, Split Share, Income Funds, Dividend ETFs, REITS, etc...
June 14, 2021
5:06 pm
saren
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Hey, I'm using Yahoo Finance, under the Historical Data section to show monthly dividends. But It's a little slow going as I don't know all the tickers and I have to manually type in each one. And plus I don't have the complete list of the most appropriate funds with the highest monthly distributions. Even the annual dividend would be useful. Not the percentage but the actual amount.

Is there a source that organizes the most popular funds with the monthly distributions clearly listed from greatest to least? It would be nice if the MER was there as well to compare. And any other useful metrics. I know there are ETF screeners, compare tools out there, but I don't recall ever seeing one specifically used for tracking monthly distributions. Thanks.

August 30, 2021
3:42 pm
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saren said
Hey, I'm using Yahoo Finance, under the Historical Data section to show monthly dividends. But It's a little slow going as I don't know all the tickers and I have to manually type in each one. And plus I don't have the complete list of the most appropriate funds with the highest monthly distributions. Even the annual dividend would be useful. Not the percentage but the actual amount.

Is there a source that organizes the most popular funds with the monthly distributions clearly listed from greatest to least? It would be nice if the MER was there as well to compare. And any other useful metrics. I know there are ETF screeners, compare tools out there, but I don't recall ever seeing one specifically used for tracking monthly distributions. Thanks.  

I've been following this guy, he shows his total portfolio and the tickers he buys and sell with a downloadable excel spreadsheet
His YouTube channel is Passive Income Investing

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