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Dividend Scrabble

Mutual Fund Education

Top 10 Dividend Funds to Own

Brian Mathews Aug 07, 2018



Below is a list of the top 10 dividend funds any investor should own. The list is diverse in the fact that it ranges from funds that have performed well in the short term and long term. It also highlights other funds that are outside the normal large-cap U.S.-based funds.

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Top Dividend Funds to Own



1. Best Year-to-Date Performer: Meridian Equity Income A (MRAEX)


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2. Best Three-Year Performer: Leland Thomson Reuters Vntr Cptl Idx A (LDVAX)



3. Best 10-Year Performer: AIG Focused Dividend Strategy A (FDSAX)



4. Lowest Expense Ratio: Vanguard Dividend Appreciation Index Inv (VDAIX)



5. Best Dividend Growth Fund: T. Rowe Price Dividend Growth (PRDGX)



6. Best High Yield Dividend Fund: PIMCO RAE Fundamental PLUS A (PIXAX)



7. Best Balanced Dividend Fund: Dodge & Cox Balanced Fund (DODBX)



8. Best International Dividend Fund: William Blair International Ldrs Instl (WILJX)



9. Best Global Dividend Fund: Kopernik Global All-Cap A (KGGAX)



10. Best Mid/Small Cap Dividend Fund: Great-West Mid Cap Value Instl (MXKJX)



The Bottom Line


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