|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 900|
|Day's Range||121.92 - 124.94|
|52 Week Range||109.14 - 147.73|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.15|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.53%|
CNBC's Mike Santoli reports on tech stocks looking to rebound after the worst October in 10 years. He highlights Apple ahead of its quarterly earnings report after the closing bell.
CNBC's Mike Santoli gives a quick check on tech ETFs after the big tech sell-off during the tech hearings at Capitol Hill yesterday.
Not surprisingly, the recent deterioration in the FAANG trade is posing problems for scores of growth funds, including Internet-related exchange traded funds. The First Trust Dow Jones Internet Index (NYSEArca: ...
The FAANG stocks, among others, make for easy culprits behind the recent slide in momentum stocks and the related exchange traded funds. It may be overly simplistic, but a key element of momentum investing is that it works until doesn't. Different momentum strategies apply the factor in varying ways.
Online retailing is likely to hit a home run this holiday season as evident from upbeat Thanksgiving data. So, investors can play these ETFs.
Expedia’s (EXPE) revenue rose 10.5% YoY (year-over-year) to $3.28 billion in the third quarter. Its revenue is divided into four segments: Core OTA, Egencia, HomeAway, and Trivago.
Currently, TripAdvisor’s (TRIP) PE ratio stands at 39.0x, which is between its all-time high of 50.7x in July 2014 and its all-time low of 17.4x in October 2012. At the current multiples, the stock trades at a premium valuation to its peers. Expedia (EXPE), Booking Holdings (BKNG), and Ctrip.com International (CTRP) have PE multiples of 23.7x, 22.9x, 23.3x, respectively.
TripAdvisor’s (TRIP) average monthly unique visitors grew 8% YoY (year-over-year) to 490 million users in the third quarter. For the first nine months of 2018, the unique visitor growth averaged 10%. User reviews on the company’s website grew 23% YoY during the third quarter to 702 million reviews on over eight million places to stay, places to eat, and things to do.
Ex-U.S. Internet stocks, both developed and emerging markets fare, have long been accessible to investors via exchange traded funds. A new fund enhances that accessibility. The First Trust Dow Jones International ...
Looking to match the success found with the First Trust Dow Jones Internet Index (FDN) , First Trust launched an international equivalent of FDN on Tuesday. The First Trust Dow Jones International Internet ETF (NASDAQ:FDNI) is the latest Internet exchange traded fund to come to market. The new ETF tracks the Dow Jones International Internet Index.
Apple is the only FAANG stock to hold up, but that could change after the company reports quarterly earnings. If Apple falls, it’s likely that the market would follow.
Communication services and internet ETFs popped after Facebook (etftrends.com/quote/FB) third quarter results easily topped Wall Street expectations. On Wednesday, the Communication Services Select Sector ...
The arrival of October marks the start of the fourth and final quarter of 2018, meaning third-quarter earnings season is about to kick-off in meaningful fashion.
An ETF can have a great year. But the true test is if it can perform well enough to produce solid gains over the long haul. So which are the best ETFs?
Is it true that the S&P 500 is flirting with failing to hold above the January highs? Yes. Is the Dow Jones Composite Average, which combines the Dow Jones Industrial Average, Dow Jones Transportation Average and Dow Jones Utility Average, running into the same dilemma? Yes.
Despite the slide, the technology sector is still the best performing sector of this year and is enjoying the longest bull run. As a result, investors could do some bargain hunting in the basket form via ETFs.
Wednesday's trading session saw a post-Labor Day Weekend sale in the technology sector, causing the Nasdaq to lose 1.19% and tech ETFs to plummet. Leading the pack of market decliners in the Nasdaq was JD.com Inc--down 10.6%, Workday Inc--down 9.2% and Netflix Inc--down 6.2%. The three largest tech ETFs in terms of total assets declined--the Vanguard Information Technology ETF Technology Equities (VGT) fell 1.29%, the Technology Select Sector SPDR Fund Technology Equities (XLK) was down 1.58% and the First Trust Dow Jones Internet ETF (FDN) lost 2.72% at the close of the market.
Many tech stock ETFs have recovered from a late July slide and are now trading at or near all-time highs. Here are two in buy range.
The bull market continued its upward trajectory as the Nasdaq Composite and S&P 500 reached record highs, lifted by the strength in the technology sector. Tech heavyweights like Amazon and Paypal led the charge that saw the Nasdaq gain 1%. Tech ETFs rallied off the boost in the indexes with the Vanguard Information Technology ETF Technology Equities (VGT) gaining 0.93%, the Technology Select Sector SPDR Fund Technology Equities (XLK) was up 1% and the First Trust Dow Jones Internet ETF (FDN) was up 0.83% just before the close of the market.
It is hard to ignore an obvious theme among emerging markets stocks this year. Weakness is Chinese equities is dragging on major developing world benchmarks, such as the MSCI Emerging Markets Index. Last year, the KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF ( KWEB), widely viewed as the benchmark exchange-traded fund (ETF) focusing on Chinese internet stocks, returned a staggering 69.70% while the domestically focused First Trust Dow Jones Internet ETF ( FDN) returned a paltry-by-comparison 37.60%.