|Bid||34.45 x 1200|
|Ask||34.61 x 3200|
|Day's Range||34.42 - 34.48|
|52 Week Range||26.89 - 37.03|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.05|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.60%|
First-quarter earnings growth is likely to be negative this year, but revenues will grow. So, play revenue growth with these sector ETFs.
These Cannabis Stocks Grew Over 10% Last WeekStock performance On January 25, Innovative Industrial Properties (IIPR) stock price closed at $59.94, ~3.52% higher than its closing price of $57.90 on January 24 and ~10% higher compared than
The TTM (trailing-12-month) PE ratio for Mastercard is 36.26x, which is lower than PayPal’s multiple of 37.47x. Mastercard’s PE ratio is much higher than Visa’s (V) multiple of 32.78x and Global Payments’ (GPN) multiple of 25.18x. Based on Wall Street’s earnings forecast for the next 12 months (or NTM), Mastercard’s PE ratio is pegged at 27.95x.
Considering the Federal Reserve is obliging with ongoing interest rate hikes, the financial services sector has been an epic disappointment this year. The Financial Select Sector SPDR (NYSEARCA:XLF), the largest financial ETF by assets, is sporting a barely noticeable year-to-date.
In the last few years, global cashless transaction volumes have grown drastically due to increased Internet and mobile penetration, robust e-commerce growth, and POS (point of sale) transactions. The rapid adoption of digital payments is expected to increase the usage of products offered by payment processing companies like Mastercard (MA). Additionally, the decreased cost of digital payment acceptance could fuel the company’s growth.
Can Extra Space Storage Stock Keep Its Upward Momentum in 2018? Acquisitions have helped Extra Space Storage (EXR) expand its domestic footprint. During the first half of 2018, Extra Space paid $378.3 million in wholly owned acquisitions and invested $65.1 million in joint ventures, bringing its total investments to $443.4 million.
A slew of upbeat economic data, especially job and manufacturing, has spread optimism and reignited appeal for momentum ETFs & stocks.
Energy stocks are tracking oil prices higher and that's good news for a slew of exchange-traded funds. On Monday, 24 ETFs hit 52-week highs, 14 of which were oil funds or equity-based energy sector funds. PXI, which is about 11 and a half years old, tracks the Dorsey Wright Energy Technical Leaders Index.