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|Ask||33.22 x 3000|
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|Expense Ratio (net)||0.60%|
The U.S. housing market has been on a tear this year primarily attributable to a decline in mortgage rates, slower home price growth and a slew of upbeat data.
Homebuilder ETFs can help investors gain exposure to the shifting trends in the housing market as more homeowners opt to reinvest back into their homes. Millennials have told us through our research, ‘We ...
The strengthening homebuilder sector exchange traded funds could hit a snag as slowing home sales and a tight labor market weigh on the industry in the second half of the year. The boon of low rates “has been apparent in the strong mortgage demand data and will in all-likelihood be reflected in improving home sales data this summer,” Alex Pettee, president and director of research at investment advisory Hoya Capital Real Estate, told the WSJ.
We have highlighted five sector ETFs that were the second quarter's star performers and could also be winners in the ongoing quarter if the current trends continue.
Earnings of the S&P 600 are down 18.3% year over year so far on 3.1% revenue growth, with 57.1% beating EPS estimates and 56.3% surpassing top-line expectations.
The U.S. labor market has been in great shape defying slowdown worries. Unemployment rate fell to a fresh 49-year low in April. Play this optimism with these sector ETFs and stocks.
Investors seeking to tap the solid trend in the homebuilder space could look at the three ETFs that make for a more compelling choice rather than a single stock.
The U.S. economy is continuing to see job gains and has started 2019 on solid note too. These sector ETFs should the beneficiary of January jobs report.
Home improvement companies and homebuilder-related ETFs could find support from homeowners whom are willing to reinvest in their own homes. Alvaro Lacayo, vice president of equity research at G.research, ...
Last month saw existing home sales fall to a three-year low while growth in housing prices slipped to its lowest level in more than six-years, putting homebuilder ETFs in focus.