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PIMCO Corporate & Income Opportunity Fund (PTY)
I wanted an relatively stable closed-end fund with a pretty decent dividend and found that with PTY. This bond fund pays 9.35% dividend with a monthly payout but be advised that it also has an 1.3% expense ratio that will eat into your payouts. For the time being I plan on holding with my current position and possibly adding in after a break of $18.50.
Nuveen Nasdaq 100 Dynamic Overwrite Fund (QQQX)
Another closed-end fund that tracks the Nasdaq 100 with a 6.35% dividend that pays out quarterly and a .91% expense ratio. For the time being this will be a hold.
Global X Funds - Global X NASDAQ 100 Covered Call ETF (QYLD)
This Global X Fund ETF has been the mainstay of my dividend portfolio with an 11.69% dividend that pays monthly along with a .6% expense ratio. I've been carrying this ETF for a few months and it's slow and steady growth, even during times of high volatility, ensures me that this will be a position I'll hold even through retirement.
Invesco Solar Portfolio ETF (TAN)
Just my luck the day I started a position in this ETF it decides to drop. Seriously though, I had wanted to increase my exposure to innovative ETFs so I decided to invest in this high preforming Solar ETF by Invesco which I suspect would receive a boost if there is a Democratic victory in the election this November. I started my position around $75 and plan to hold with an alert set at $68. If it dips below the 30 RSI I plan on adding more shares.
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