I have a question on the two pictures below.
Here it states that Vanguard REIT ETF has high potential for investment income and some growth. The dividend payments this year so far have been $0.919 which is 1.14% of the market price as of today. $0.91 doesn't seem very high, and I know it says "potential" to be high, but is this considered "high" in terms of ETF's? I don't understand why anyone would want to own "high investment income" ETF's unless you had a significant amount of shares (tens of thousands).
Also, does the graph depicted below for the hypothetical growth of $10,000 represent the value with dividend reinvestment, or just the growth of the shares themselves and not "investment income" (dividend, Return of capital)