SDIV currently sports a 30-day SEC yield of 7.9%, which is bolstered by the ETF’s significant exposure to income-generating financial services and real estate stocks. Financial stocks command 21.6% of the ETF’s weight while real estate investment trusts (REITs) and mortgage REITs, or mREITs, combine for another 35.8%.
“The fund’s top holdings include Banco do Brasil SA (Sao Paolo: BBAS3.SA), oil and gas firm ONEOK, Inc. (NYSE: OKE), and Australian consulting company WorleyParsons Ltd. (ASX: WOR.AX). The expense ratio for this ETF is 0.58%, which is higher than the global stock category average of 0.45%. The three-year average annualized return is 1.95%, meaning it underperforms compared to the category average of 3.9%. The fund’s dividend yield is 7.83%,” according to Investopedia.
The ETF charges 0.58% per year.
Global X SuperDividend ETF