services firms is forcing them to make changes to their business models.XLF is the cheapest and most liquid financials- sector fund of any size on the market. Despite net interest-margin pressure in the short term, over the longer term, higher
s North American chemical producers. With a rock-bottom 0.14% expense ratio, this the cheapest materials- sector fund available. Vanguard engages in securities lending, the practice of lending out the fund's underlying shares in exchange
Select Sector SPDR, has a slightly higher dividend yield.VPU offers the broadest portfolio of any pure utilities- sector fund . The fund offers an attractive dividend yield relative to many other sectors.The utilities sector is one the least
This is the most liquid U.S. utilities- sector fund available.
exorbitant. Utilities Select Sector SPDR XLU (0.16% expense ratio) is the most liquid and lowest-cost utilities- sector fund on the market. XLU invests in all 30 utilities companies in the S&P 500 Index. This approach gives it a stronger
down from 0.70% in 2012. The average investor in foreign equities paid 0.78% versus 0.80%. The typical sector fund investor paid 0.90% versus 0.92%. In 2013, balanced funds dropped 2 basis points to 0.78% for the average
managed by Davis (and by Feinberg before his retirement) that would be on this list but is excluded because it's a sector fund . Both of these funds were hit hard in 2007 and 2008 by big financial stock holdings, but these managers have shown
believe 79% of the firms that comprise this portfolio have sustainable competitive advantages. This global tech- sector fund is dominated by U.S. companies, which account for a hefty 73% of the portfolio. After U.S. firms, Japanese
category among the style box-based categories is doing double-digits--all in excess of 20%. All of the equity sector fund categories are also doing quite well--not quite as well in a broad-based way as the diversified categories, but
Looking for a real estate sector fund that invests exlusively or mostly in Real Estate Operating Companies (REOCs) as opposed to REITs. Any indeas?