The other two DIVCON dividend ETFs take a type of long-short investment methodology to gain exposure to dividend growers while capitalizing on the potential selling pressure in dividend stocks more likely to cut payouts.

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DFND takes the long position in the dividend leaders while shorting the dividend laggards in a kind of 75/25, long/short strategy to help provide greater stability.

Additionally, GARD goes long dividend leaders and includes a 50/50, long/short strategy for a more dynamic hedge on the dividend laggards to diminish the negative effects of potential downturns

Financial advisors who are interested in learning more about dividend strategies can register for the Thursday, August 11 webcast here.

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