|Bid||0.00 x 2900|
|Ask||87.44 x 1400|
|Day's Range||84.82 - 85.86|
|52 Week Range||71.41 - 88.23|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||7.30|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.70|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.43%|
ETFs tracking real estate investment trusts, which make up nearly half of IBD ETF Leaders screen, are suddenly out of favor.
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The real estate sector emerged near the top of our internal Sector Scorecard, signaling this group has been outperforming amid relatively bearish expectations -- what we like to see as contrarian, explains Andrea Kramer, editor of Schaeffer's Investment Research.
Amid a more sanguine outlook for U.S. interest rates, real estate stocks and the related ETFs are among the best-performing sector opportunities this year. For instance, the iShares Dow Jones US Real Estate ...
ETFdb.com is recommending a new long position for the month ahead. This bullish recommendation is based around falling interest rates prompting investors to seek out meaningful sources of income. Below, we outline our investment thesis and outlook for the new recommendation. This position is motivated by momentum returning to a traditionally under-appreciated, income-generating asset class that has taken on fundamental appeal in light of today’s stubbornly low-rate environment. Furthermore, this ETF is nearing its all-time highs resistance level from the 2008 crash and it looks technically well-poised to break above it. The new long recommendation is based around: Real Estate ETF that is up 3.5% for the month, but has gained over 16% year-to-date amid the market wide rebound This ETF has seen solid inflows over the month to match its positive performance, totaling around $438M for the past four weeks and $995M year-to-date The fund is fairly well balanced for being sector-specific; it holds around 100 securities in total and the top ten position account for just over one-third of total assets under management In terms of exposure, this ETF is dominated by Large and Mid Cap size securities from the US
Exchange traded funds of real estate investment trusts have had a very good year so far. For this, they can thank the Federal Reserve.
Real estate investment trusts and related REIT ETFs are rebounding as investors look back into attractive yield-generating assets with the Federal Reserve signalling it will ease back on further interest ...
Despite the momentum in the riskier equity market, exchange traded fund investors continued to favor conservative bets and yield-generating plays. Among the most popular ETF plays of the past week, six ...
Given the bullish fundamentals, we have highlighted a few real estate ETFs that hit new one-year highs and could be excellent picks for investors seeking to benefit from defensive flight and a pause in Fed's tightening policy.
Real estate investment trusts often behave as defensive stock plays, but they've been moving with the broad market, helping those assets become some of the best ETFs.
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Real estate investment trusts (REITs) and the related exchange traded funds, including the iShares US Real Estate ETF (IYR) , are viewed as vulnerable to rising interest rates. The Federal Reserve has boosted rates three times this year and a fourth rate hike is widely expected in December, but some real estate ETFs have been surprisingly solid in recent weeks. IYR is up more than 1% over the past week, but historical data suggest investors may not want to be holding that fund when November arrives.
Ten-year Treasury yields pulled back a bit Thursday, but yields on benchmark government debt hover above 3.10 percent and are up nearly 17 percent year to date, enough to spark a wave of recent outflows from some well-known exchange traded funds (ETFs) spanning multiple asset classes.
In a period of low interest rates, real estate investment trusts (REITs) – a securitized portfolio of properties – offer the great income potential of real estate combined with the liquidity of stocks.