|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||129.07 - 131.39|
|52 Week Range||41.53 - 131.48|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.95%|
Braving all economic and political challenges, the U.S. stock market is scaling new highs, indicating that the second-largest bull run still has legs.
The technology sector, the largest sector allocation and best-petforming group in the S&P 500, remains beloved by investors this year. Exchange traded funds (ETFs) dedicated to technology have been luring ...
The sizzling technology sector is showing no signs of slowdown, pushing the Wall Street to multiple highs amid bouts of political and uncertainty.
Though Wall Street triggered the biggest sell-off of the year in mid-May on Trump controversy, it has unable to lower the risk appetite of investors.
Some market participants complained that the funds were risky and could cause unwitting buyers to sustain major losses.
Last week was a holiday-shortened trading week for U.S. markets, but that didn't make it any less of an eventful week. Between the unofficial kick off of earnings season, the U.S. dropping the " mother ...
The difference between trailing and forward PE ratios suggests that technology, telecom, healthcare, and materials could likely see robust earnings growth.
Despite the stellar run that financials (FAS) have had since the US elections in November 2016, financials are trading at very reasonable levels.
Given the abrupt changes in sentiments, leveraged or inverse ETFs have gained immense popularity as investors are making a dash for big gains on quick market turns.
The bull trend in the stocks will likely to continue in the coming months assuming that the Trump rally will stretch and seasonality boom.