|Bid||0.00 x 1200|
|Ask||14.92 x 1000|
|Day's Range||14.61 - 14.73|
|52 Week Range||12.38 - 15.51|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|YTD Daily Total Return||14.24%|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.00|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.17%|
U.S. Money Reserve CEO Angela Roberts By John Jannarone As CEO of U.S. Money Reserve, Angela Roberts believes she has a responsibility to positively influence the professional and personal lives of employees at every level, a lesson she learned many years ago from a mentor at a previous company. She spoke to CorpGov about her […]
Though the momentum in gold slowed down with start of the fourth quarter, the combination of factors indicates bullishness ahead, suggesting that investors could buy the dip in gold ETFs.
ETF issuer GraniteShares launched a new ETF on Monday that aims to exclude US large cap companies likely to suffer from long term technological disruption.
GraniteShares, an exchange-traded fund (ETF) company, today launches the GraniteShares XOUT U.S. Large Cap ETF (NYSE Arca: XOUT) in collaboration with XOUT Capital™ LLC (XOUT Capital). Tracking the XOUT U.S. Large Cap Index, the ETF aims to exclude U.S. large cap companies most likely to suffer from technological disruption over the long term. Rather than trying to pick a select few winners, XOUT flips the investment paradigm by seeking to avoid losers that are failing to adapt amid today’s environment of unprecedented technological change.
The third quarter of 2019 saw heavy inflows into defensive sectors of the market, especially into gold and long term Treasurys, as investors sought out safe haven assets amid the economic and political turmoil abounding.
In 2019, no one should need any convincing that advisors and investors love cheap exchange traded funds. Usually, it's a case of “the cheaper, the better.” What Happened For the uninitiated, the latest ...
The stock market took a gut punch recently as a number of on-again, off-again headwinds started to blow at the same time. Investors quickly turned tail, seeking out more protective positions. Unsurprisingly, this trend led to an influx of inflows into some of the best defensive exchange-traded funds (ETFs).The Federal Reserve knocked Wall Street off-balance with a recent quarter-point drop in its benchmark Fed funds rate. Yes, it was the first such cut since the Great Recession. But some investors were hoping for a deeper reduction, and Fed Chairman Jerome Powell's subsequent press conference kept experts guessing about whether future rate cuts were any more or less likely.The U.S.-China trade war escalated next. At the start of August, President Donald Trump threatened to slap a 10% tariff on another $300 billion in Chinese imports effective Sept. 1, prompting Beijing to threaten retaliation. So far, China has announced it will suspend imports of U.S. agricultural products and let its currency, the yuan, tumble to an 11-year-low. The latter move is expected to agitate Trump, who has accused Beijing of currency manipulation in the past.Standard & Poor's 500-stock index dropped quickly, losing almost 4% between the July 30 close (the day before the Fed announcement) and the Aug. 5 market open. Some investors are going to cash - but others are seeking out areas of the market that might rise as the market falls, or places to collect dividends while waiting out the volatility.Here, we examine 11 of the best ETFs to buy if you're looking for portfolio protection. This relatively small cluster of funds covers a lot of ground, including high-dividend sectors, low-volatility ETFs, gold, bonds and even a simple, direct market hedge. SEE ALSO: The Kip ETF 20: The 20 Best Cheap ETFs You Can Buy
Investors seeking a safe haven from the volatile stock market as trade war and global growth concerns persist are chasing the latest gold rush.
Australia-based Perth Mint displayed a giant one-ton gold coin in front of New York Stock Exchange to promote Australian gold and its government-backed gold ETF AAAU.
The price of gold has been on the slide lately, falling more than 10% over the last five months as the dollar has rallied on bets of a continued strong U.S. economy. Nonetheless, the outlook is more positive for the rest of the year and next, with December gold futures currently holding above the key technical level of $1,200 per share.
The GraniteShares Gold Trust (NYSE Arca: BAR), one of the lowest-cost* gold ETFs on the market, has surpassed $500 million in assets under management (AUM) on the heels of recent market uncertainty. BAR debuted in August 2017 as a cost-effective vehicle to invest in physical gold and trades at an expense ratio of just 17.49 basis points. Since inception, BAR has continued to gain momentum as more investors recognize the benefits of diversifying their portfolios with gold.
More investors are turning to gold as global tensions escalate further, causing more market uncertainty. Dave Nadig, Managing Director at ETF.com, joins Akiko Fujita on The Ticker to discuss some of the best ETFs to invest in to ride out 2019.