3 Infrastructure ETFs To Consider Buying As Biden Transitions Into Presidency

IGF has an expense ratio of 0.46%, which is slightly higher than the category average of 0.44%. It has gained 26.9% over the past nine months, and 10.6% over the past three months. IGF pays $1.02 in dividends on a semi-annual basis, yielding 2.3% at the prevailing price. Its four-year average dividend is 3.2%.

IGF’s POWR Ratings reflect this promising outlook. It is rated “Buy” with an “A” for Trade Grade, and a “B” for Buy & Hold Grade and Industry Rank. In the Global Equities group, IGF is ranked #68.

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