David Dierking is an analyst and writer focusing primarily on ETFs, mutual funds, dividend income strategies, and retirement planning. He is a current contributor for Seeking Alpha, ETF Daily News, MutualFunds.com, and ETFdb.com. Mr. Dierking has also contributed to Motley Fool, ETF Trends, and Investopedia. He was also included in the panel for ETFReference.com's 101 ETF Investing Tips from the Experts.
If you're a dividend investor who doesn't necessarily want to spend hours researching individual stocks, dividend ETFs may be perfect for you; in fact, you can actually build a complete dividend portfolio with just a few ETFs, suggests David Dierking, editor of TheStreet's ETF Focus.
Investing in either stocks or bonds over the past six months has undoubtedly been a roller coaster. It’s literally been nothing but up-down-up-down-up and now back to down again with no real progress made, notes David Dierking, editor of TheStreet's ETF Focus.
If there’s one thing the markets taught us in 2022, it’s that low probability events, such as stocks and bonds both falling at least 20% at the same time, occasionally become the reality, suggests David Dierking, exchange-traded fund specialist and editor of TheStreet's ETF Focus.
In 2022, investors were forced to deal with one of the worst market environments in history — both stocks and bonds experienced bear markets at the exact same time, recalls David Dierking, exchange-traded fund specialist and editor of TheStreet's ETF Focus.