What’s better? An ETF of high dividend paying stocks or a regular stock market ETF? Is it different for retirees? What’s better for young investors? I answer those questions here:

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The Draw For High-Dividend Paying Stocks and ETFs
Dividends are like waterholes on African savannahs, and they’re increasingly popular thanks to drought-like interest rates. Ten-year U.S. Treasury Bills pay about 0.66 percent per year. Most CDs pay less than 1 percent. In contrast, high-dividend paying stocks or ETFs might dish out 4 percent or mor…