|Bid||52.88 x 8800|
|Ask||52.89 x 3400|
|Day's Range||52.82 - 53.01|
|52 Week Range||47.44 - 55.45|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.15%|
Investors could stash their cash in the following ETFs that offer stability or even profit as trade war threats keep everyone on their toes.
I’m not sure about you, but I’m getting seasick once again. After what seems like years of calm seas, the markets are back to their high-volatility days. In about two weeks, we’ve already seen some of biggest intra-day swings on ETFs like the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (NYSEARCA:SPY) since really the crisis and the start of the recession. For investors, the heightened volatility certainly makes for a stressful night’s sleep — especially if you’re in or near retirement.
BD (BDX) has registered strong operating margin expansion in recent years. Its margin improved by 100 basis points in fiscal 2015 and 200 basis points in fiscal 2016. In fiscal 2017,…
After eight long years of gains, the bull may be getting a tad bit tired. Stock valuations are near historic highs, there has been some weakness with economic data and the markets have recently begun to take a breather. It seems that the bull might be running out of steam.
On September 19, 2017, Becton, Dickinson, and Company (BDX), or BD, introduced a new pen needle for its pen injection devices.
Dividend strategies have drawn increasing interest from investors around the world as central banks have pursued both quantitative and qualitative easy monetary policies, keeping interest rates at what have been exceptionally low levels since 2008. But this preference isn’t entirely new; it has long been known many investors have a preference for cash dividends. From the perspective of classical financial theory, this behavior is an anomaly.
Baxter International (BAX) has been going through a cost transformation and reorganization process for some time. The initiative includes some leadership and management changes.
Although higher beta momentum strategies and stocks have been performing well this year, some low volatility exchange-traded funds are at least keeping pace with the S&P 500. For example, the iShares ...
During its 2Q17 earnings release on July 27, 2017, Baxter International (BAX) updated its guidance for fiscal 2017 and its financial outlook for fiscal 2020.
If there’s two things investors love, it’s consistency and reliability — two attributes that deftly describe the trend of exchange-traded funds that track low volatility stocks.Source: Investment Zen via Flickr (Modified)