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Yes, and they do. This item was submitted early yesterday and the most recent data was close of business from the day before. 3/10 won't be up until later but here's where they ended yesterday:
Ticker Name Weight
Thanks for tweedn, I'm going to look at that more closely, but an interesting way to slice the universe.
Sierranvin --
Below I cut and past the components of the Index, but if you want in spread sheet form (along with a fact sheet and a spread sheet of constituent changes) use the link in the post to the International Dividend Achievers Index, and click on the "Resources" tag,
1 ACE, Ltd. Switzerland NYSE ACE
2 Alcon, Inc. Switzerland NYSE ACL
3 Alterra Capital Holdings Ltd. Bermuda NASDAQ ALTE
4 America Movil, S.A.B. de C.V. Mexico NYSE AMX
5 AstraZeneca Plc United Kingdom NYSE AZN
6 Axis Capital Holdings Ltd Bermuda NYSE AXS
7 Banco Santander SA Spain NYSE STD
8 Bank of Nova Scotia Halifax Canada NYSE BNS
9 BHP Billiton Ltd. Australia NYSE BHP
10 BHP Billiton Plc United Kingdom NYSE BBL
11 British American Tobacco Plc United Kingdom NYSE Alternext BTI
12 Brookfield Asset Management Inc Canada NYSE BAM
13 Bunge Ltd. Bermuda NYSE BG
14 Cameco Corp. Canada NYSE CCJ
15 Canadian National Railway Co. Canada NYSE CNI
16 Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. Canada NYSE CNQ
17 Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. Canada NYSE CP
18 Canon, Inc. Japan NYSE CAJ
19 China Mobile Limited Hong Kong NYSE CHL
20 Coca-Cola FEMSA, S.A.B. de C.V. Mexico NYSE KOF
21 Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Co SA Greece NYSE CCH
22 Companhia de Bebidas das Americas-AMBEV Brazil NYSE ABV
23 Consolidated Water Co Ltd Cayman Islands NASDAQ CWCO
24 Cooper Industries Plc Bermuda NYSE CBE
25 CRH Plc Ireland NYSE CRH
26 Diageo Plc United Kingdom NYSE DEO
27 Elbit Systems Ltd. Israel NASDAQ ESLT
28 Empresa Nacional de Electricidad S.A. (ENDESA) Chile NYSE EOC
29 Enbridge Inc Canada NYSE ENB
30 Etablissements Delhaize Freres et Cie Le Lion S.A. Belgium NYSE DEG
31 Fresenius Medical Care AG & Co KGaA Germany NYSE FMS
32 GlaxoSmithKline Plc United Kingdom NYSE GSK
33 Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste SA de SV Mexico NYSE ASR
34 HDFC Bank Ltd India NYSE HDB
35 Imperial Oil Ltd. Canada ASE IMO
36 Infosys Technologies Ltd. India NASDAQ INFY
37 InterContinental Hotels Group Plc United Kingdom NYSE IHG
38 Kyocera Corp Japan NYSE KYO
39 Methanex Corp. Canada NASDAQ MEOH
40 Mobile Telesystems OJSC Russia NYSE MBT
41 National Grid plc United Kingdom NYSE NGG
42 Novartis AG Basel Switzerland NYSE NVS
43 Novo-Nordisk A/S Denmark NYSE NVO
44 P.T. Telekomunikasi Indonesia (Persero) Indonesia NYSE TLK
45 PartnerRe Ltd. Bermuda NYSE PRE
46 Pearson Plc United Kingdom NYSE PSO
47 Petroleo Brasileiro S.A. Brazil NYSE PBR
48 Reed Elsevier Plc United Kingdom NYSE RUK
49 RenaissanceRe Holdings Ltd. Bermuda NYSE RNR
50 Repsol YPF, S.A. Spain NYSE REP
51 Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers, Inc. Canada NYSE RBA
52 Rogers Communications Inc. Canada NYSE RCI
53 Sanofi-Aventis SA France NYSE SNY
54 Schlumberger N.V. Netherlands Antilles NYSE SLB
55 Shaw Communications Inc Canada NYSE SJR
56 Shire Plc United Kingdom NASDAQ SHPGY
57 Smith & Nephew Plc United Kingdom NYSE SNN
58 Sociedad Quimica y Minera de Chile S.A. Chile NYSE SQM
59 Statoil ASA Norway NYSE STO
60 Suncor Energy Inc. Canada NYSE SU
61 Syngenta AG Switzerland NYSE SYT
62 Talisman Energy, Inc. Canada NYSE TLM
63 Teekay Corp Marshall Islands NYSE TK
64 Telefonica, S.A. Spain NYSE TEF
65 Telefonos de Mexico SAB de CV Mexico NYSE TMX
66 TELUS Corp. Canada NYSE TU
67 Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd Israel NASDAQ TEVA
68 Thomson Reuters Corp Canada NYSE TRI
69 Toronto Dominion Bank Canada NYSE TD
70 Total S.A. France NYSE TOT
71 TransCanada Corp Canada NYSE TRP
72 Turkcell Iletisim Hizmetleri AS Turkey NYSE TKC
73 Unilever N.V. Netherlands NYSE UN
74 Unilever Plc United Kingdom NYSE UL
75 Vodafone Group Plc United Kingdom NASDAQ VOD
76 Willis Group Holdings Plc Bermuda NYSE WSH
77 WPP Plc United Kingdom NASDAQ WPPGY
I did come across this ETF from PowerShares while doing some research but did not take a close look at it or its performance in detail. The symbol is PID and here's a link to the basic info:
Absoutely -- good point, and an important one!
Fantastic insights from all of you. It's given me some great ideas for further areas of research!
Interesting points -- for longer-term taxable investments though, it seems that this would an appropriate strategy. My guess for Henri would be that many retail investors have just gotten to the point of differentiating their global holdings between small and large cap global, and between growth and value stocks. Dividend analysis hasn't really come into the picture. But with more experts advising a higher chunk of holdings outside the US this may change.
Very interesting. Will look forward to reading that. Do dividends act as a counter weight to things like stock options which seem in some cases seem to increase the temptation for management to make riskier bets? Maybe dividends are a better solution than clawbacks and other ideas about moderating the risk motivation in executive pay.