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Will I receive dividends from investing into ETFs?

Many ETFs distribute dividends to their shareholders on a regular basis, just like individual stocks. Dividends are typically paid in cash, but may also be paid in the form of additional shares of the ETF.

The amount and frequency of dividends paid by an ETF will depend on the underlying holdings of the ETF and the policies of the ETF. Some ETFs may pay dividends, some may not.

Accumulating ETFs (reinvest dividends) and distributing ETFs (pay out dividends) are two types of ETFs that differ in how they handle dividends and other income generated by the underlying securities held within the fund. For more information on dividend payments, please review relevant documents of the ETF, such as a prospectus or KID document.

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