See how dividend-paying ETFs can provide your clients with steady income. 

ETFs are inherently structured to be:

1.    Diversified
2.    Transparent
3.    Cost-effective
4.    Tax-efficient
5.    Income potential

Sound Income Strategies launched two ETfs in 2020 with retirement portfolios in mind.

SDEI – The Sound Equity Income ETF (SDEI) is an actively managed exchange-traded fund (ETF). SDEI’s primary objective is to generate current income via a dividend yield that is targeted to be at least two times that of the S&P 500 Index.

SDEF – The Sound Enhanced Fixed Income ETF (SDEF) is an actively managed exchange-traded fund (ETF) that seeks current income while providing the opportunity for capital appreciation by investing in fixed income securities.

The Case for ETFs in a Retirement Portfolio



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