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|52 Week Range||63.31 - 79.45|
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The value factor is lagging its growth and momentum rivals in a big way this year, but that does not mean obituaries for value stocks should be written. Some exchange-traded funds dedicated to value stocks ...
As has been widely documented this year, value stocks are trailing their grown and momentum counterparts in a big way. Exchange traded funds dedicated to value stocks are lagging due to, among other reasons, ...
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 features Paula Wieck, portfolio manager at Nebraska-based CLS Investments. One of the most difficult investment strategies is value investing (buying assets at a price below fair value). Value investing goes against human nature.
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 ...
Shares of Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL ) jumped 4.7 percent to record heights Wednesday after the iPhone maker reported fiscal third-quarter earnings of $1.67 per share on sales of $45.4 billion. Wall Street ...
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 ...
In the fiscal year ended March 2017, Toyota Motor's (TM) performance worsened almost on every front compared to the previous fiscal year.
Eugene Fama and Kenneth French’s 1992 paper, “The Cross-Section of Expected Stock Returns,” resulted in the development of the Fama–French three-factor model. This model added the size and value factors to the market beta factor.
Industry tilts appear to pay off for momentum but are not integral to the success of value and low-volatility strategies.
Amid peak stock market and bouts of volatility, investors are seeking to invest in lower valuation stocks, which have lots of upside potential in the coming days.
Advisor usage of ETFs to support asset allocation needs has continued to grow, according to a TD Ameritrade survey. Such adoption is consistent with the strong inflows CFRA saw in 2016 and the $40 billion of new money in January as well as from a recent discussion with Brett Mossman, head of BlackRock Portfolio Solutions.
Among single-factor exchange-traded funds, the offerings focused on value were among those able to outperform broader, capitalization-weighted benchmarks in 2016. Investors rewarded value's resurgence ...
Political change is in the air, as President Donald Trump took office this month. His administration, elected on a platform of change, is expected to shake things up, and markets will react accordingly. To ETF strategists making crucial asset allocation decisions, a new administration means re-evaluating some sectors, styles and country exposures. Here, seven of them tell us what ETFs or segments they are buying into now that Trump is in office, and why.
Compiled by ETF.com staff Where To Invest $10,000 Right Now (Bloomberg)Five experts reveal the opportunities they see around the world, and Bloomberg's Balchunas shares ETFs investors can use to capitalize on them.
Broadly speaking, value stocks crushed their growth counterparts last year. The average growth mutual fund gained just 1.7 percent last year, severely lagging the average gain of 14.6 percent for value ...
Lear rose 0.29% to close at $126.54 per share on November 17. The stock’s weekly, monthly, and YTD price movements were 6.1%, 9.3%, and 3.9%, respectively.
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 features Adam Grealish, quantitative portfolio analyst at the New York-based automated investing service Betterment. People who invest in value index ETFs may think they are investing in cheap stocks, but more often, they end up investing in cheap sectors that may add risk and capture less of the value premium. Here's why: