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Income-Oriented ETF

What it is:

An income-oriented ETF is an exchange-traded fund that pays frequent dividends or interest payments to investors in the ETF.

How it works (Example):

An income-oriented ETF is made up of stocks that typically pay substantial monthly or quarterly dividends and, in some cases, bonds that make higher-than-average interest payments.

Why it Matters:

Income-oriented ETFs are a good choice for investors seeking a stream of income from a diversified set of i stocks and fixed-income securities.

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