|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||64.00 - 65.05|
|52 Week Range||53.97 - 71.34|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||21.71|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.14%|
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average finished in positive territory today, but you couldn't say the same thing for financials, despite rising bond yields. The financial sector typically thrives on higher interest rates, which should result in better profit margins. The market is starting to worry that higher yields will slow economic growth and hurt bank returns, says Brad Neuman, client investment strategist at Alger.
It's a pretty brutal morning for tech stocks, with both your stalwart semiconductor vendors, and your newfangled social networking names going down en masse. Shares of Twitter (TWTR), which began the morning ...
B. Riley FBR chief market strategist Art Hogan believes strong market and economic fundamentals will prevail over rising rates and geopolitical risks.
U.S. stocks fell on Thursday, with the Nasdaq dropping to its low of the session as large-capitalization technology stocks weighed on the index. The Nasdaq fell 1%. While the day's losses were broad, selling ...
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The Technology Select Sector SPDR Fund (NYSEArca: XLK), the largest tech-related ETF, is up more than 5% over the past week and technology remains one of the best-performing sectors this year, but data ...
Tom Vandeventer, portfolio manager of the Tocqueville Opportunity Fund (TOPPX), which is up nearly 10% so far this year, thinks that trend will continue. Tech and biotech are two major themes running through the fund’s portfolio, which Vandeventer told Barron’s is indicative of the fact that “there are a lot of disruptive technologies that are coming to fruition” in both sectors. The fund focuses more on small- and mid-cap stocks, meaning that M&A is a theme throughout his holdings, in both tech and biotech, bolstered by industry trends (the move to the cloud, the rise of gene-editing therapies, respectively), as well the fact that larger players are flush with cash—thanks to lower corporate taxes and repatriated capital—to facilitate acquisitions.
Golub highlights the company’s low multiples, which follow on the heels of its underperformance in recent years, while also noting that each of the major subgroups has “delivered superior earnings growth since mid-2016.” He believes that higher oil prices and strong global economic growth will support profit and sales growth over the next year. The Technology Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLK) is up 2% to $68.14 this afternoon, while the Energy Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLE) is up 0.6% to $72.57.
Despite broader market and geopolitical concerns, Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) handled itself surprisingly well. Year-to-date, Intel stock is up 10%, which ordinarily may not generate much excitement. More importantly, Intel stock is handily beating the overall technology industry.
Berkshire Hathaway’s (BRK.B) investment portfolio grew to $191 billion in 4Q17 on an increase in its stakes in existing companies and a rise in the valuations of its holdings. In 1Q18, the company is expected to see its investment portfolio valuation fall, as major holdings have seen erosion in the range of 3%–22%. Berkshire could also look to add stakes at their current valuations, as lower prices are offering better valuations.
For the week ending April 13, 2018, the S&P 500 Index closed at 2,656.30 and appreciated 2% due to the surge in energy stocks and lower trade war tension. The weak performers in the S&P 500 Index last week were the utilities, real estate, and telecom services. Large speculators of the S&P 500 Index, including hedge funds, trimmed their net bullish positions last week.