PRLog - April 3, 2014 - SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Remonsy ETF Network has created a free report that shares original research on the best dividend ETF funds. Best Dividend ETF Funds List: Monthly Dividend Funds Included (http://remonsy.com/
Remonsy ETF Network defines dividend ETFs as equity ETFs that target dividends, or equity ETFs that have paid at least a three percent dividend or more during the last 12 months.
Best Dividend ETF Funds List goes beyond the top dividend ETF picks by discussing the process that goes into selecting these investments. This includes information on the weighting of the index, the taxes associated with dividends, and if these dividend ETFs should be purchased in a taxable account or an IRA.
This free report also looks at the cost of buying dividend ETFs, which is one of the most important determinants of performance. This information has been created for the do-it-yourself investor who has sights on investing in the best dividend ETF funds.
A free copy of Best Dividend ETF Funds List: Monthly Dividend Funds Included can be downloaded now at http://remonsy.com/
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