If your primary goals when investing are capturing a solid income stream and getting a decent yield on your money, then traditional debt instruments such as Treasury bonds, CDs and money market accounts haven’t been very kind to you of late.
Thanks to the near-zero interest rate policy from Ben Bernanke and his merry band of central bankers, income-starved investors have been forced to seek higher yield from nontraditional sources.
If you’re unsatisfied with the paltry platter of yield served up by the Fed, then you need to check out the menu of high-yield exchange-traded funds (ETFs).
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Here are 7 ETFs to satiate the appetite of hungry income investors.