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List of Value ETFs of USA 2024

Updated Mar 1, 2024

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Value exchange-traded funds (ETF) invest in stocks of the companies which pay regular income to their shareholders in the form of dividends. Value ETFs are suitable for investors who are looking for a regular stream of returns at frequent intervals (like monthly or quarterly) from their investments. Such value ETFs attempt to act as a bridge between the regular interest paying bonds and stocks which have uncertain returns.
A big diversified set of value ETFs are available in the market which allow the interested ETF investors to choose from those which invest in value companies of a particular geography (like China, Japan, or the U.S.), of a particular sector (like energy, finance, retailers), or based on certain valuation range (like small-, mid- or large-cap value stocks).
Value ETFs work opposite of the Growth ETFs, which are the funds that don't pay any regular dividends to shareholders but re-invest the earnings in business to generate high returns. One can also explore the list of Blend ETFs, which offer a mixed bag of both growth and dividend-paying value stocks.
Following is the list of all 34 exchange-traded funds that FKnol has in its database for ETFs which belong to the Value category:
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List of All Value ETFs

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No.Name
(Ticker)
Short DescriptionCurrent
Price
%YTD GainsExpense
Ratio
No. of
Holdings*
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1.ClearBridge Focus Value ETF (CFCV)ClearBridge Focus Value ETF (CFCV) is an actively managed strategy that seeks to achieve long-term capital appreciation through investment in a select number of large-capitalization stocks that, through robust fundamental research, identifies companies with strong business franchises and attractive valuation. ...Detailed Profile
Dividend Frequency:

Category: Large Cap Blend Equities
$36.561.92%0.5%0
2.VictoryShares International High Dividend Volatility Weighted ETF (CID)The VictoryShares International High Div Volatility Wtd Index ETF tracks an index of about 100 developed-market stocks outside the US, screened for positive earnings and high dividend yield, and weighted inversely by volatility. ...Detailed Profile
Dividend Frequency: Monthly
Dividend History
Category: Foreign Large Cap Equities
$31.54-2.41%0.45%99
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3.ETF Value ZVZZT Corp Ltd. (ZVZZT)The ETF Value belonging to the Equity category, Large-Cap sub-sector and trading in the US market has the following ETF profile. ...See
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4.Global X MSCI SuperDividend EAFE ETF (EFAS)The Global X MSCI SuperDividend EAFE ETF tracks an index of stocks from developed countries outside North America. After screening for dividend growth and sustainability, the 50 highest yielding stocks are selected and given equal weight. ...Detailed Profile
Dividend Frequency: Monthly
Dividend History
Category: Foreign Large Cap Equities
$14.25-1.25%0.55%51
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5.iShares MSCI EAFE Value ETF (EFV)The iShares MSCI EAFE Value Index Fund tracks a market-cap-weighted index of developed-market value stocks from Europe, Australia and the Far East. ...Detailed Profile
Dividend Frequency: Semi-Annually
Dividend History
Category: Foreign Large Cap Equities
$52.570.9%0.39%578
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6.ETF Value ZVZZT Corp Ltd. (ZVZZT)The ETF Value belonging to the Equity category, Large-Cap sub-sector and trading in the US market has the following ETF profile. ...See
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7.iShares MSCI Europe Financials ETF (EUFN)The iShares MSCI Europe Financials ETF tracks a market-cap-weighted index of financials stocks in developed European markets. ...Detailed Profile
Dividend Frequency: Semi-Annually
Dividend History
Category: Financials Equities
$21.311.67%0.48%93
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8.iShares MSCI Spain ETF (EWP)The iShares MSCI Spain ETF tracks a market-cap-weighted index of Spanish companies. It covers the top 85% of Spanish companies by market cap. ...Detailed Profile
Dividend Frequency: Semi-Annually
Dividend History
Category: Europe Equities
$29.49-3.69%0.49%25
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9.ETF Value ZVZZT Corp Ltd. (ZVZZT)The ETF Value belonging to the Equity category, Large-Cap sub-sector and trading in the US market has the following ETF profile. ...See
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How Value ETFs Work?

The primary aim for value ETFs is to generate a regular stream of returns for its investors. It can be achieved by either the fund itself generating sufficient returns at regular interval by way of selling a part of holdings, or by investing in stocks of the companies which pay regular dividends which can be collectively passed on to the value ETF investors. Since the dividend income is considered tax-free in the hands of recipient shareholders in many markets across the globe, such value ETFs make for an attractive investment option. They are preferred by retirees who may be looking for regular stream of tax-free cashflows, or by any other investor having similar aim.
The Value ETFs may select stocks for investing based on their past performance of dividend payment, or on the basis of future potential of regular income generation which will help them maintain the record of regular dividend payments. Such ETFs may also follow a passive investment approach, by simply tracking a stock market index that focuses on value generation theme.
Overall, the value ETFs invest in stocks which are known to have high dividend yield, consistent record of regular dividend payment and promising potential for future income generation which gets translated to dividend payments in future. Mostly, the companies operating in the retail, utility, energy and consumer durables sectors are known to be high dividend payers which is where most of the value ETF investments go to.

Where do Value ETFs Invest?

A long list of companies and different financial instruments exist where the 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 Value ETFs, though there can be many more businesses and financial instruments where these ETFs can park the capital for returns:
Company (Ticker)Company DescriptionMarket Cap%YTD Gains
 ▶ State Street Corp. (STT): State Street Corporation, incorporated on October 16, 1969, is a financial holding company. The Company operates through two lines of business: Investment Servicing and Investment Management. The Company, through its ....Detailed Company Profile....Dividend History

 ▶ Capital One Financial (COF): Capital One Financial Corporation, incorporated on July 21, 1994, is a diversified financial services holding company. The Company, along with its subsidiaries, offers a range of financial products and services ....Detailed Company Profile....Dividend History

 ▶ Newmont Mining Corporation (NEM): Newmont Mining Corporation, together with its subsidiaries, operates in the mining industry. The company primarily acquires, develops, explores for, and produces gold, copper, and silver. Its operatio....Detailed Company Profile....Dividend History

 ▶ Avnet, Inc. (AVT): Avnet, Inc. (Avnet), incorporated on July 22, 1955, is a distributor of electronic components, enterprise computer, networking and storage products and software, and embedded subsystems. The Company operates through Electronics ....Detailed Company Profile....Dividend History

 ▶ Arconic Inc (ARNC): Arconic Inc. engineers, manufactures, and sells lightweight metals worldwide. The company operate in three segments: Engineered Products and Solutions, Global Rolled Products, and Transportation and Constructio....Detailed Company Profile....Dividend History

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