If you want a sign of a healthy company, a good place to look is at the quality of its dividends. Stocks usually pay dividends when they no longer “need” the money and have a very healthy balance sheet. These corporations will instead use them to reward loyal shareholders.

This Spector was developed for investors who are looking to invest in established companies that are on stable footing. It contains the companies with the highest quality dividends as identified by our screener.

Example Holdings: Vanguard Dividend Appreciation (VIG), Invesco S&P High Dividend/Low Volatility, iShares International Dividend (IDV)

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Important Fund Details

Minimum Investment: $10000
Number of Positions: 6
Expense Ratio: 0.25%

Breakdown of Holdings

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