|Bid||50.01 x 800|
|Ask||58.01 x 1800|
|Day's Range||52.45 - 53.24|
|52 Week Range||34.52 - 53.24|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.65%|
Amplify ETFs added to its lineup of exchange traded funds Thursday with the launch of the Amplify EASI Tactical Growth ETF (NYSE: EASI). The new ETF is a departure from conventional equity funds. The new ETF tracks the EASI Tactical Growth Index, which “uses a rules-based methodology designed to optimize risk-adjusted returns by tactically rotating between exposure to growth stocks (in periods of upward momentum) and fixed-income securities (seeking lower volatility during periods of momentum loss),” according to Amplify.
Shares of some traditional brick-and-mortar retailers are rebounding this year. For example, the SPDR S&P Retail ETF (NYSEArca: XRT) is up nearly 9% year-to-date. XRT features exposure to the following ...
What’s making small-cap retail attractive? There are a whole list of factors that have driven these stocks to levels that traditional value people and deep value people would look at. The valuations have been driven down primarily by a lack of ...
The US Census Bureau releases a monthly report on retail sales in the United States. As per its website, the Census Bureau conducts an advance monthly survey of retail trade and food services companies. The April retail sales report indicated that the gains were broad-based with nine of the 13 major categories moving higher during the month.
The SPDR S&P Retail ETF (XRT) is modestly higher this year, but some data points suggest some traders are positioning for more downside in the benchmark retail exchange traded fund. The trend away from traditional department stores and apparel retailers to online shopping destinations should benefit the Amplify Online Retail ETF (IBUY) , which is comprised of global companies that generate at least 70% of revenue from online or virtual sales.
NEW YORK, May 03, 2018-- Capital Link’ s 17th Annual Closed-Ends Funds & Global ETFs Forum will take place on Thursday, May 17, 2018 at the Metropolitan Club in New York City.. This event is held in cooperation ...
NEW YORK, May 02, 2018-- Capital Link’ s 17th Annual Closed-Ends Funds & Global ETFs Forum will take place on Thursday, May 17, 2018 at the Metropolitan Club in New York City.. This event is held in cooperation ...
The U.S. Commerce Department reported retail sales fell in February for the third month in a row, while the University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index4 jumped to a 14-year high and the Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index5 hovers near 17-year highs. This suggests that while times are good for most people, they have little desire to spend more in an economic expansion that is one of the longest on record. Households may save their gains from the Trump tax cuts, rather than spend in the economy, as the Commerce Department reports the savings rate ticked higher in February.
The Amplify Online Retail ETF (NASDAQ: IBUY) recently turned two years old and celebrated the milestone in style. As of April 30, IBUY — the first exchange traded fund dedicated to e-commerce and online retail stocks — had $306.62 million in assets under management, according to issuer data. Since IBUY came to market, several well-known brick-and-mortar retailers have gone out of business, while scores of others have continuously highlighted weakness in their various operating segments.
Amplify ETFs has announced its flagship product, the Amplify Online Retail ETF , has crossed the pivotal two-year mark and exceeded $300 million in assets under management.
The US Census Bureau, which releases a monthly report on US retail sales, conducts an advance monthly survey of retail trade and food service companies to establish an early estimate of sales for the month. According to the April 16 report, advance estimates of US retail (XRT) and food services for March 2018 were $494.6 billion, an increase of 0.6% from the revised February reading of $491.8 billion.
The SPDR S&P Retail ETF (NYSEArca: XRT) is still saddled with a year-to-date loss and the largest retail ETF has been trailing the broader market and rival ETFs focusing on online shopping for over year, ...
Shares of Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ:FB), the largest U.S. social media company, are off more than 6% over the past week amid a data-sharing controversy that has seen the company’s valuations fall to its lowest levels since its initial public offering.
Betting on ETFs from these corners of the market should be a winning strategy for investors seeking to rake in profits from higher spending on St. Patrick's Day.
One of the common refrains from Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (NYSE:BABA) detractors is that it’s a middleman owning very little of its inventory or not possessing the infrastructure necessary to be one of the world’s most successful retailers. “Count me as a doubter as well,” wrote InvestorPlace’s Will Healy March 2. If I were to rank the trio of companies in order of potential, JD might be an even better investment than both Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) and Alibaba stock.
Sectors like retail (XRT), including brick and mortar and online retailers (IBUY), are impacted by changes in consumer demand. At the same time, a lower level of demand for consumer goods could impact inflation (TIP) growth and aggregate demand in the economy, eventually leading to a recession. According to the latest conference board LEI report, new orders for consumer goods and materials were reported to have increased for the fourth-straight month to $141.05 billion from $140.98 billion.
February was a crazy month for investors; consequently, the landscape of best-performing exchange-traded funds expanded from primarily biotech and emerging-market ETFs in January to several other spaces for this edition of the best ETFs of the month.