|Expense Ratio (net)||0.14%|
|Last Cap Gain||0.00|
|Morningstar Risk Rating||Average|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.02|
|5y Average Return||N/A|
|Average for Category||N/A|
|Inception Date||Apr 27, 1992|
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Gold: Analysts Are Bullish despite Weak Performance in 2019(Continued from Prior Part)JPMorgan ChaseJPMorgan Chase (JPM) thinks that gold prices (GLD) should go higher. Right now, the Fed is patient on rate hikes. JPMorgan Chase thinks that the Fed
Could Second SEC Settlement Quiet Musk on Twitter?Tesla stockToday at 12:12 PM ET, Tesla stock (TSLA) was trading on a positive note with a 3.6% gain for the day. The stock ended last week with a massive loss of 14.0% after the company reported
Do Strong Growth and Weak Inflation Make a Case for a Lower Rate?PCE Index undershooting the Fed targetThe US Bureau of Economic Analysis released its personal consumption expenditure (or PCE) price index today. The PCE index is the Federal
Newmont and Goldcorp Merge, Form World’s Largest Gold Company(Continued from Prior Part)World’s largest gold-mining company The completion of the Newmont Mining (NEM) and Goldcorp (GG) merger on April 18 created the world’s largest gold
Wall Street pros, the analyst community and individual investors alike were thrown for a loop in 2018. American tariff disputes with the rest of the world, wild energy-price swings and global growth concerns not only ravaged the market at various points, but also has the experts preaching caution as we enter the new year. The best ETFs for 2019, then, are going to need to accomplish a couple specific goals.For one, you'll want some ETFs that position you defensively while still allowing you to enjoy at least some upside should the market head higher despite all the headwinds it faces. Numerous expert market outlooks have the Standard & Poor's 500-stock index climbing in 2019, but none of them are exuberant and all of them warn of numerous potential pitfalls. Anchoring your portfolio with funds that emphasize, say, low volatility or income can put you in a strong position no matter what the market brings.You also need to take your shots - stocks may end up being sluggish as a whole, but that doesn't mean certain areas of the market can't explode all the same. So some of the top ETFs for the year ahead will focus on specific sectors, industries and even other areas of the world to try to generate outperformance.Here are the best ETFs to buy for 2019. These 19 funds run the gamut, from highly diversified baskets invested in thousands of companies, to concentrated portfolios that use just a couple dozen stocks to benefit from a specific theme. There are ETFs for conservative investors and risk takers alike. And while most of these picks are passive index funds, there are even a few ETFs that tap the brainpower of skilled active management. Take a look: SEE ALSO: The 27 Best Mutual Funds in 401(k) Retirement Plans
Job Market Rebounds in March, Markets Breathe Sigh of ReliefJob additions beat expectations The US (IVV) jobs report for March was released on April 5. Job additions in the country came in at 196,000 in March, which was higher than expected.
Wall Street Is on High Alert ahead of US Jobs Report ReleaseUS jobs reportThe Department of Labor (VTI) is scheduled to release March employment data on April 5. This release has gained increased importance because February employment data came in
Could Gold Prices Rise as Market Concerns Increase?(Continued from Prior Part)Fed’s dovish stanceThe markets have been cautious since the Fed’s two-day policy meeting ended on March 20. The Fed signaled no rate hike in 2019 and an end to balance
Is Apple Fighting a Losing Battle in China?(Continued from Prior Part)Apple’s new serviceIn this series so far, we’ve discussed some of the factors that could be affecting Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone sales in emerging markets such as China. We’ve
Where Druckenmiller Suggests Investing amid Market Fluctuation(Continued from Prior Part)Stanley Druckenmiller’s adviceStanley Druckenmiller shared his views on markets and the economy with Bloomberg TV in December. While the market environment
On Apple, Warren Buffett May Ignore the Noise—but Not the FactsApple is recoveringAmerican tech giant Apple (AAPL) seems to be on the path to a slow but consistent recovery in 2019 so far. The stock fell 30.1% in the quarter that ended in
Did Warren Buffett Bend His Rules to Sell Apple?Warren Buffett’s investment rulesIf you’re an investor, then you must have heard the Oracle of Omaha Warren Buffett’s quote, “Be fearful when others are greedy and greedy when others are
Will Iron Ore Breach $100 in the Wake of Vale's Dam Collapse?(Continued from Prior Part)Iron ore prices and mill margins So far in this series, we’ve discussed how Vale’s (VALE) dam disaster has breathed new life into iron ore and why this could
What Drove Your Energy Portfolio This Week?US crude oil fell on February 7 On February 7, US crude oil March futures fell 2.5% and settled at $52.64 per barrel. On the same day, the European Commission lowered the GDP growth rate for the European