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11 ETFs That Are High-Yield "Wealth Traps"

by www.forbes.com
ETFs can also offer big yields. We’ll look at 11 of them today, with dividends starting at 4% and climbing all the way up to an amazing 21%! Is the 21%er a trap? Of course it is. So read on to keep yourself safe from these "wealth traps".
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