|Bid||0.00 x 3000|
|Ask||0.00 x 3000|
|Day's Range||124.92 - 125.82|
|52 Week Range||114.01 - 131.56|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.20%|
Take some profits on highflying FAANG stocks (or even a technology fund or ETF) and put no more than 5%-10% of your investible money into value stocks, writes Howard Gold.
Thomas Moore, investment director at Aberdeen Standard Investments, pointed out that the premium paid for companies with growth potential is higher that it has been at any time since the dotcom bubble peaked in 2000, CNBC reports. On the other hand, growth-oriented stocks tend to run at higher valuations since investors expect the rapid growth in those company measures, but more are growing wary of high valuations.
As uncertainty, volatility and geopolitical tensions rise, it is a common reaction for investors to flock to safety. One of the most common defensive ETFs that is used by retail investors is the Invesco Defensive Equity ETF ( DEF). The 99 large-cap holdings from across the major market sectors provide a level of diversification that aims to provide superior risk-return profiles during periods of stock market weakness while still offering potential for gains during periods of market strength.
Despite US-China trade tension spooking the markets, ETFs saw strong inflows last week. FactSet data showed that US-listed ETFs garnered inflows worth $7.5 billion during the week. Now, the year-to-date inflows are $142.5 billion. On a net basis, investors poured $11 billion into US equity (GS) (MS) (BAC), while international equity continued to see outflows with net redemptions of $3.4 billion. US fixed-income ETFs added a moderate $476.3 million, while international fixed-income had $222.8 million.
ADP, a human capital management solution provider, releases a monthly report on the US non-farm employment. This monthly report is prepared by using actual, anonymous payroll data of 411,000 US clients that ADP services. This report is released two days before the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ (or BLS) monthly non-farm payrolls and gives investors an idea about any possible surprises in the BLS report.
ADP, a human capital management solution provider, releases a monthly report on US non-farm employment. The report captures the change in the number of jobs added across different sectors in the US. ADP claims to process the payrolls of more than 24 million US workers, which provides first-hand insight into the US employment market. The monthly report is prepared using actual and anonymous payroll data from 411,000 US clients that ADP services. The report precedes the monthly non-farm payrolls report from the BLS (Bureau of Labor Statistics). ...
The excitement surrounding the tournament and its impact on the stock world has led investors to look at ETFs that could act as a proxy for the game.