In low-rate environments, high-yielding assets become attractive for those seeking income. Dividend Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) are a common choice for income investors. They hold a basket of dividend paying REITs, preferred stocks, or common stocks. Investors have three options when buying dividend producing investments. They can purchase individual stock, buy dividend mutual funds, or invest in ETFs. All three choices have merit, but dividend ETFs stand out for several different reasons. In this post we will explore the pros and cons of dividend ETFs, and highlight a few worth taking a second look at.