Last Update: 30 April 2022
The iShares Robotics and Artificial Intelligence ETF (IRBO) ETF granted a 2.51% dividend yield in 2021.
ETF Dividend Yield
The most recent Dividend Yields of iShares Robotics and Artificial Intelligence ETF (IRBO) ETF are represented below:
Period: January 2021 - April 2022
|IRBO - iShares Robotics and Artificial Intelligence ETF||0.00%||2.51%|
(*) Dividend Yield is calculated only for a portion of the year
Capital Growth and Dividends
In the following table, Capital Growth details (with and without dividend reinvestment) are represented.
If you are not interested in a periodic income and you need a strategy with a dividend reinvestment, please refer to the iShares Robotics and Artificial Intelligence ETF (IRBO) ETF: historical returns page.
ETF + Cashflow
|(*) Dividend Yield is calculated only for a portion of the year||WITHOUT
- Dividend -> Amount: Income returned over the year (or portion of the year)
- Dividend -> Yield: Dividend Yield calculated on the starting price of the year
- Cumulative Dividend Cashflow: Sum of all the dividends received
- ETF Portfolio Value: Investment Value, excluding dividends, at the end of year
- EOY Capital -> Effective: Investment Value plus cumulative dividends
- EOY Capital -> Total Return: Investment Value, with dividend reinvestment
Which are the global returns of the last periods? In the following table, the Effective Return considers the received (and not reinvested) dividends. Total Return is calculated assuming dividend reinvestment.
|Jan 2021 - Apr 2022||-26.07%||-23.30%||-24.29%|
|Jan 2019 - Apr 2022||+46.18%||+53.17%||+51.54%|
Yearly Returns and Dividend Yield
Dividends are essential for the investor who needs additional periodic income. When dividends are not reinvested, how much is the real ETF return over the years?
|Year||Total Return||Dividend Yield||Return
Actual Dividend Yield for long term investors
What would have been the annual Dividend Yield received by investors if they had invested in the iShares Robotics and Artificial Intelligence ETF (IRBO) ETF over the past years?
E.g. If you had bought it 3 years ago, how much would be your actual dividend yield today?
|Actual Dividend Yield over years|
Collecting dividends is useful to obtain an additional income. Obtaining a large amount of income is the first step to financial freedom. However, if your need is to increase your capital as much as possible with dividend reinvestment, please refer to the iShares Robotics and Artificial Intelligence ETF (IRBO) ETF: historical returns page.