|Bid||0.00 x 1200|
|Ask||0.00 x 2200|
|Day's Range||26.81 - 26.83|
|52 Week Range||21.71 - 27.42|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.00|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.39%|
Wall Street pros, the analyst community and individual investors alike were thrown for a loop in 2018. American tariff disputes with the rest of the world, wild energy-price swings and global growth concerns not only ravaged the market at various points, but also has the experts preaching caution as we enter the new year. The best ETFs for 2019, then, are going to need to accomplish a couple specific goals.For one, you'll want some ETFs that position you defensively while still allowing you to enjoy at least some upside should the market head higher despite all the headwinds it faces. Numerous expert market outlooks have the Standard & Poor's 500-stock index climbing in 2019, but none of them are exuberant and all of them warn of numerous potential pitfalls. Anchoring your portfolio with funds that emphasize, say, low volatility or income can put you in a strong position no matter what the market brings.You also need to take your shots - stocks may end up being sluggish as a whole, but that doesn't mean certain areas of the market can't explode all the same. So some of the top ETFs for the year ahead will focus on specific sectors, industries and even other areas of the world to try to generate outperformance.Here are the best ETFs to buy for 2019. These 19 funds run the gamut, from highly diversified baskets invested in thousands of companies, to concentrated portfolios that use just a couple dozen stocks to benefit from a specific theme. There are ETFs for conservative investors and risk takers alike. And while most of these picks are passive index funds, there are even a few ETFs that tap the brainpower of skilled active management. Take a look: SEE ALSO: The 27 Best Mutual Funds in 401(k) Retirement Plans
Volatility certainly meted out its fair share of punishment to investors after a decade-long bull run that saw major indexes like the S&P 500 reach historic levels. The Dow fell 5.6 percent, while the S&P 500 lost 6.2 percent and the Nasdaq Composite fell 4 percent. The central bank didn’t show much dynamism in 2018 with respect to monetary policy, obstinately sticking with a rate-hiking measure with four increases in the federal funds rate.
There are hundreds of exchange traded funds with some kind of tilt toward the value factor, including dozens of single-factor funds explicitly dedicated to value stocks. While value investing is undoubtedly popular and likely to remain so, how various value indexes and ETFs evaluation value may not be evolving on pace with the economy. The Distillate U.S. Fundamental Stability & Value ETF (NYSE:DSTL) debuted earlier this week as the first ETF from Chicago-based Distillate Capital.
With the most recent sell-offs in U.S. equities, value investing could be poised for a comeback as growth and momentum might be making their way to the exits. Distillate Capital, a Chicago-based asset ...