EEMV - iShares Edge MSCI Min Vol Emerging Markets ETF

BATS - BATS Delayed Price. Currency in USD
54.11
-0.42 (-0.77%)
At close: 4:00PM EST

54.25 +0.14 (0.26%)
After hours: 5:29PM EST

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Previous Close54.53
Open55.00
Bid54.20 x 1300
Ask66.00 x 1400
Day's Range54.11 - 55.00
52 Week Range54.11 - 60.29
Volume1,374,189
Avg. Volume514,432
Net Assets5.31B
NAV55.33
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield2.73%
YTD Daily Total Return-5.81%
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.79
Expense Ratio (net)0.25%
Inception Date2011-10-18
  • ETF Trends

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    According to new research from the MIT Sloan School of Management and State Street Associates, a recession could come as soon as the next six months. MIT researchers created an index comprised of four factors and then used a distance metric, the Mahalanobis distance, to determine how the current market conditions differ from prior recessions. “The Mahalanobis distance was originally conceived to measure the statistical similarity of the values of a set of dimensions for a given skull to the average values of those dimensions for a chosen group of skulls,” researchers explained in a CNBC report.

  • ETF Trends

    Low Volatility ETFs to Consider Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

    Last Friday’s 500-point drop in the Dow Jones Industrial Average amid the coronavirus outbreak fears served as a reminder to investors that they should consider low volatility ETFs. Investor fears propagated a drop in the Dow that practically eliminated the gains attained during the whole month of January. In an effort to contain the coronavirus outbreak, the World Health Organization deemed the virus a global health emergency, which comes after the U.S. confirmed its first case of human-to-human transmission.

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    Is Coronavirus an "Opportunity" for Emerging Markets ETFs?

    Coronavirus might just open up an opportunity for emerging markets (EM) ETF investing.

  • ETF Trends

    The “EEMV” ETF Smoothens Volatility for Skeptical Investors

    Unlike pepperoni or sausage, emerging markets (EM) are like anchovies on pizza--they aren't for everybody. Fortunately, for skeptical investors, there are exchange-traded fund (ETF) options that help smoothen volatility such as the iShares Edge MSCI Min Vol Emerging Markets ETF (EEMV) . EEMV seeks to track the investment results of the MSCI Emerging Markets Minimum Volatility (USD) Index.

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    With the S&P 500 getting more expensive as it crosses record high after high, investors can look outside the U.S. for better deals, according to at least two strategists.

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    A quick guide to which investment factors work outside the U.S., and which don’t. Beware depending on momentum in China.

  • ETF Trends

    VIX Options Trade Outlines Need for Volatility ETFs

    A trader in VIX options is is betting that a 2008-like volatility spike is on the horizon, which puts ETF investors on notice that volatility-focused funds should be on their radar despite the celebratory champagne so far in third-quarter earnings. Earnings reports have been largely positive thus far as the S&P 500 set a record high in Monday’s trading session, putting investor fears of a recession on pause. Per a Bloomberg report, trades “in call options on the Cboe Volatility Index, known as the VIX, outweighed puts by more than 2-to-1 on Friday with the index at its lowest level since July as stocks rallied.

  • ETF Trends

    Minimum Volatility ETFs Are Growing in Popularity

    When it comes to adopting smart beta strategies, market players will look to factor funds like value and growth as prime drivers in today's equities investing landscape or short duration bonds in the debt market. Low volatility is a trend that has been growing and could persist as the propensity for market movements ahead looms. USMV seeks the investment results of the MSCI USA Minimum Volatility (USD) Index, which measures the performance of large and mid-capitalization equity securities listed on stock exchanges in the U.S. that, in the aggregate, have lower volatility relative to the broader U.S. equity market.

  • Benzinga

    A Safer Way To Consider Emerging Markets

    The low volatility factor is again proving to be a hit among exchange traded funds investors this year, but investors deploying that factor often lean toward domestic equities. As the iShares Edge MSCI Min Vol Emerging Markets ETF (CBOE: EEMV) proves, investors can reduce equity volatility in developing economies, too. The $5.46 billion EEMV follows the MSCI Emerging Markets Minimum Volatility Index and holds 337 stocks.

  • Navigate Overseas Investing With Low-Volatility Funds
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    Navigate Overseas Investing With Low-Volatility Funds

    Low-vol funds can help you ride out the ups and downs of foreign markets.

  • ETF Trends

    Low Volatility ETFs for Today’s Trade War-Sensitive Markets

    Now more than ever, investors are looking to play more defense against volatility, but at the same time, don’t want to do so at the expense of higher costs. This used to be had using the S&P 500 as a buffer against volatility, but those days of yore has investors hoping for more. Yesteryear's S&P 500 featured consumer staples that gave investors peace of mind even when market volatility decided to try and spoil the party for the capital markets.

  • Morningstar

    This ETF Offers Low-Cost Exposure to Developing Economies

    The emerging-markets universe is more dynamic than developed markets like the United States. Thus, a low-cost index fund like  iShares Core MSCI Emerging Markets ETF IEMG  can be a great option. IEMG tracks the MSCI Emerging Markets Investable Market Index, which includes stocks of all sizes from 24 emerging-markets countries.