|Last Price$69.72||Day Change (%)1.25%|
|Open Price$69.82||Day Change ($)0.86|
|Day Range69.44–69.98||52-Week Range54.61–70.98|
As of Mon 4/24/2017 7:29:00 PM | USD
Last year demonstrated that diversification and discipline are required to put factors to good use.
Parsing the details of index methodologies is central to understanding the processes of index funds and ETFs and informs our overall assessment of these funds' investment merit.
When looking for the lowest-cost exchange-traded product, it's important to take a holistic approach and mind the bid-ask spread.
The four largest small-blend exchange-traded funds each have something to offer passive investors looking to overweight small-cap stocks.
These index funds and ETFs provide a lot of diversification at a very low cost.
IShares Russell 2000 ETF may be the most popular small-cap ETF, but the index it tracks has underperformed other small-cap indexes.
Interest in dividend-paying stocks and bonds remained high as the market eyed the Fed.
International opportunities, income, and M&A activity were on investors' minds in September.
We're pleased to announce the ETF Provider Awards and the 74 Retail and Institutional category winners for 2012.