Looking for a form of regular income at repeat intervals from the mid-cap sector investments? The Mid Cap Value ETFs offer a good fit for such needs. Such ETFs work by investing in a select basket of stocks which belong to the mid-cap category, and offer the potential of paying regular dividends. Since ETFs invest in a portfolio of stocks, not all stocks may issue dividends. Even when the invested stocks do issue dividends, they may be paid at different dates. The ETFs may continue to pay the dividends at regular intervals, though they may recieve them from the invested companies at different times. Due to this variance, the price of such ETF units is subject to minor fluctuations around the dates when they pay the dividends. A long list of Mid cap exchange-traded funds (ETF) (See list) is available for investment and trading, and a good number of those ETFs are value ETFs. Additionally, one can also check the Mid Cap Growth Equities ETFs List. This article lists the Mid Cap Value Equities ETFs, which are a suitable fit for investors who are looking for value (dividend paying) opportunities in the mid-cap sector stocks. Following is the list of all 10 exchange-traded funds that FKnol has in its database for ETFs which belong to the Mid Cap Value category:
The SPDR S&P 400 Mid Cap Value ETF tracks a market-cap-weighted index of US stocks. The index uses three factors to select value stocks from a universe of 400 stocks chosen by the S&P Committee. ...Full Details
The Vanguard S& P Mid-Cap 400 Value ETF tracks an index of primarily midcap US stocks. The index uses three factors to select value stocks from the 400 stocks chosen by the S&P Committee. ...Full Details
The SPDR Russell 1000 Yield Focus ETF tracks an index of large-cap stocks from the Russell 1000 Index, selected and weighted by four factors (value, quality, small size and yield) that are scaled by market cap. ...Full Details
The Invesco Russell Midcap Pure Value ETF tracks an index of US value stocks, ranked by size from 201 to 1,000 by market cap. Stocks are selected and weighted by price to book, historical sales growth and growth forecast. ...Full Details
The NuShares ESG Mid-Cap Value ETF tracks an index of US midcap value stocks that score highly on environmental, social, and governance criteria. The fund is optimized to keep risk and return characteristics in line with the midcap value market. ...Full Details
The Deep Value ETF tracks an index of about 20 stocks selected from the S&P 500. The index aims to find undervalued stocks using fundamental screens, enterprise value to EBITDA and price/free cash flow. Stocks are weighted in tiers. ...Full Details
Working of Mid Cap Value ETFs is simple. The fund manager either follows a passive investment strategy and replicates the portfolio of a mid-cap value benchmark index. In this case, they simply buy the stocks of the benchmark index in the given proportion. In other form of Mid Cap Value ETFs, the fund manager may be actively managing the ETF portfolio. They do so by selecting suitable number of mid cap stocks which appear promising on value opportunities, and fit the ETF fund objective. Some funds may also invest globally, as the case may be.
Where do Mid Cap Value ETFs Invest?
A long list of companies and different financial instruments exist where the Mid Cap Value exchange-traded funds may invest the money collected from the ETF investors. Below is a small sample of companies whose stocks may qualify for investment by Mid Cap Value ETFs, though there can be many more businesses and financial instruments where these ETFs can park the capital for returns: ▶ Vectrus, Inc. (VEC): Vectrus, Inc., incorporated on February 4, 2014, is a provider of services to the United States Government across the world. The Company offers services, including infrastructure asset management, logistics and ....Full Details....Dividend History
▶ Motorola Solutions Inc. (MSI): Motorola Solutions, Inc. provides mission-critical communication solutions the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and internationally. The company operates in two segments, Products and Systems Integrat....Full Details....Dividend History
▶ Eversource Energy (ES): Eversource Energy, incorporated on January 15, 1927, is a utility holding company. The Company is engaged in the energy delivery business. It operates through three segments: electric distribution, electric transmission ....Full Details....Dividend History
▶ Entergy Corp. (ETR): Entergy Corporation, incorporated on August 19, 1992, is a holding company. The Company is an integrated energy company engaged in electric power production and retail electric distribution operations. The Company ....Full Details....Dividend History
▶ DTE Energy Co. (DTE): DTE Energy Company (DTE Energy), incorporated on January 26, 1995, is an energy company. The Companys segments include Electric, Gas, Gas Storage and Pipelines, Power and Industrial Projects, Energy Trading, ....Full Details....Dividend History
▶ Ameren Corp (AEE): Ameren Corporation (Ameren), incorporated on August 7, 1995, is a utility holding company. The Companys primary assets are its equity interests in its subsidiaries, including Ameren Missouri, Ameren Illinois and ....Full Details....Dividend History