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PEY: Steady Double-Digit Total Return Over A Longer Time Horizon


  • PEY's annual yield has consistently ranged between 3 and 4 percent.
  • PEY's investment in basic sectors are less volatile, and less likely to be impacted by an economic downturn.
  • PEY generated price growth between 9 and 15 percent over the medium and long term.
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The Invesco High Yield Equity Dividend Achievers ETF (NASDAQ:PEY) is an exchange traded fund launched and managed by Invesco Capital Management LLC. The fund has an asset under management (AUM) over $1.14 billion

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Comments (5)

Don't forget about SPHD for income as it pays a monthly dividend.
I like SCHD. Better total return and Expense Ratio of 0.06% compared to 0.53%. Plus, no tobacco.
Eileen Dover profile picture
@Tough Enough SA authors keep telling us over and over that expense ratios are meaningless as the noted yield is what you get after those expenses. Owning tobacco does not mean you are investing in it, just that you are possibly benefiting from holding it. Any stock you hold are bought from another stockholder so the company doesn't benefit.
Im long in PEY in my ROTH,but I pair it with SCHD.
Interesting article! This could make a good core holding. Thanks for the info
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