- Topyields is one of the more useful sites for identifying high-yielders, including some ETFs - but it does not have a page specifically for the London market ETFs (and you should be aware that you may need to double-check some of the numbers that appear).
- One of the most comprehensive lists of ETFs quoted on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) is published by The Financial Times and Morningstar, which seems to be comprehensive.
- KFnol.com has a great screener for the income-oriented ETFs quoted on the LSE - as well as almost any other category you could think of. But again you will have to do more research to find out what the yields actually are.
- Twenty20 offer an ETF search tool that provides a selection of 18 'High Yield' ETFs quoted in London - a useful starting point.
- justETF also have an ETF screener, although not specifically for the London market. The search identifies 28 ETFs quoted in £ Sterling. If any catch your fancy you will have to do more research.
- 50%/50% split between dividends and fixed-income
- geographical diversification: UK, Europe, US, Asia/Pacific, Emerging Markets, Global
- buy the highest yield ETF type in the appropriate region, whilst limiting any one security to 5% of the portfolio
SPDR S&P Euro Dividend Aristocrats ETF EUDV (EUR version: EUDI) - 0.8%
SPDR S&P Pan Asia Dividend Aristocrats UCITS ETF PADV USD version ASDV) - 2.8%
SPDR S&P Global Dividend Aristocrats UCITS ETF GBDV (USD version GLDV) - 3.4%
ISXF: iShares Markit iBoxx £ Corporate Bond ex-Financials ETF ISXF - 2.4%.
iShares $ Short Duration High Yield Corporate Bond UCITS ETF SDHG (USD version: SDHY) - 5.0%
SPDR Barclays Euro High Yield Bond UCITS ETF JNKE (EUR) - 3.0%
Emerging Markets Fixed-Income
iShares Emerging Markets Local Government Bond UCITS ETF SEML - 4.3%
iShares JP Morgan $ Emerging Markets Bond UCITS ETF IEMB (USD) - 4.3%
iShares Global High Yield Corp Bond UCITS ETF IGHY (USD version HYLD) Tracks the performance of the Markit iBoxx USD Liquid High Yield Capped Index - 4.1%
I am not a financial adviser and the information provided does not constitute financial advice. You should always do your own research on top of what you learn here to ensure that it's right for your specific circumstances.