|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||100.72 - 101.19|
|52 Week Range||73.90 - 101.62|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.15%|
With equity markets rewarding risk-taking this year, it is not surprising that some of the best-performing factor-based exchange-traded funds offer investors exposure to growth and momentum stocks. The ...
Apple is a value stock. It’s also a growth stock, a momentum pick, a quality name and even a dividend darling. When it comes to smart-beta ETFs looking to dice the market in factor slices, Apple is everywhere. Apple is the largest company in the U.S., with a market capitalization of more than $823 billion, which makes it one of the top holdings in just about all market-cap-weighted U.S. large-cap equity ETFs.
Todd Rosenbluth is director of ETF and mutual fund research at CFRA. In the first seven months of 2017, investors favored well-diversified U.S. equity and international equity ETFs. CFRA sees continued growth of these well-established, low-cost products as a sign that ETF adoption is still in the early stages.
The value factor has not been too bad this year, but the problem for value stocks is that they are lagging the broader market as well as their growth and momentum rivals. For example, the iShares Edge ...
This article is part of a regular series of thought leadership pieces from some of the more influential ETF strategists in the money management industry. Today's article is by Ben Lavine, chief investment officer of 3D Asset Management based in East Hartford, Connecticut. “Happiness is having a scratch for every itch.” —Ogden Nash, American Poet (1902-1971)
If picking what factor to invest in is tricky business because timing factors is practically impossible, and cyclicality means periods of underperformance relative to the market, picking a factor ETF can be just as difficult. Consider two momentum funds. They both look for companies that have seen strong price gains in recent months and are likely to continue seeing gains ahead, but their diverse approaches to a similar universe mean very different results—sometimes.
The momentum factor and the corresponding exchange-traded funds have been thumping value stocks and ETFs to start 2017. Sure it is just one comparison, but one week into July, the iShares Edge MSCI USA ...
Late Friday, BlackRock announced it was delisting 50 of its funds from the NYSE Arca and changing their primary listing venue to the Bats or Nasdaq stock exchanges. Thirty of the funds will find their way to the Bats exchange, while another 20 funds will be listed on the Nasdaq, with the changes set to occur on or about Aug. 1, according to a press release from BlackRock. Bats is owned by ETF.com's parent company, CBOE.