Health Care is expensive, but it is also profitable.
As I get older, health care is getting more expensive and I am finding myself at the Dean Clinic far more often than I would like to be there. I like FHLC as an investment, especially for the UTMA accounts for my grandchildren. It has a low expense ratio of 0.08% and a decent dividend yield of 2.02%. The turnover is 8.00%, which is good. I don’t like portfolio churn. FHLC also has a decent base of assets: 1.61B. But FHLC isn’t the only game in town. Here are some others to consider:
Some Similar Health Care ETFs:
Name Ticker Assets Exp. Ratio
- Health Care Select Sector SPDR® Fund XLV 19.44B 0.13%
- Vanguard Health Care Index Fund ETF VHT 10.31B 0.10%
- SPDR® S&P Biotech ETF XBI 3.94B 0.35%
- iShares U.S. Medical Devices ETF IHI 2.78B 0.43%
When it comes to health care, think long term. Don’t let today’s news or tomorrow’s scary headlines take you off course.