|Bid||175.79 x 1000|
|Ask||177.04 x 1400|
|Day's Range||177.82 - 178.48|
|52 Week Range||140.49 - 178.61|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||63.69|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.02|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.18%|
When stocks swooned in the fourth quarter of 2018, some of the worst offenders were growth names. This year, the situation is reversed with growth stocks and the corresponding exchange traded funds leading ...
Though volatility may persist this year, Churchill Management Group says moneymaking opportunities may exist even for cautious stock market investors.
Sector exposures always matter with equity-based exchange traded funds and that is particularly true of factor-driven strategies, such as growth and value. Factor ETFs typically feature different sector ...
Needless to say, October hasn't been kind to U.S. stocks as the technology sector, in particular, has been getting trounced with the S&P 500 following the Nasdaq Composite into correction territory last week before pulling itself out in Tuesday morning's trading session.
Five growth ETFs fell to their long-term 200-day moving averages. A rebound is possible from that level, which makes the current action a major test for these funds.
As the Federal Reserve normalizes its monetary policy with higher interest rates ahead, U.S. equities and stock ETFs may continue to strengthen in an improving economic environment. "The Fed tends to raise rates at times when it thinks the economy shows signs of overheating—to tighten credit and reduce the chance of rampant inflation. The outperformance is also most concentrated in smaller businesses and those in cyclical industries.
ETF investors who are heavy on U.S. equity exposure should look to quality for a defensive position and growth to capture further upside potential. “Uncertainty surrounding trade tensions has sparked investor ...
After a lackluster July, growth stocks seem to have regained their appeal this month. This is especially true given that the S&P 500 Growth Index is up 3.9% so far this month, outpacing the gain of 1.6% for the S&P 500 Value Index.
The S&P 900 Growth and S&P 900 Pure Growth indexes have three-year annualized returns of 13% and 9.7%, respectively. They have five-year annualized returns of 15% and 12.7%, respectively. They have YTD (year-to-date) returns of 5.4% and 6.1%, respectively.
CNBC's Mike Santoli reports on the growth-to-value rotation hitting stocks, and what that trend means for investors.