Etf Chart Of The Day: A Multi-sector Play

WFC occupies the top position in the fund’s basket at 10.59% while USB takes the eighth spot with a 3.60% share. From a sector perspective, banks make up for 55% share while financial services take the remaining portion (read: Can Bank ETFs Bounce Back After Recent Downgrade? ). The product is relatively popular among investors with AUM of $602.9 million and average daily volume of roughly 74,000 shares. The ETF charges 45 bps in fees per year from investors and gained nearly 40% this year.

The NAV is not necessarily the same as an ETF’s intraday trading value. Investors should not expect to buy or sell shares at NAV. Total returns are based upon closing market price (price) of the ETF on the dates listed. Investors may call 888.MKT.VCTR or visit for a free prospectus and summary prospectus . Investing involves risk, including possible loss of principal.

December 2013 Additional Income Distributions for Market Vectors Agribusiness ETF and Market Vectors Brazil Small-Cap ETF

Categorized in the corporate bond category, MINC employs an active strategy where the portfolio managers employ active fixed income sector rotation and quality security selection, combined with disciplined risk management according to fund literature. The fact that MINC is actively managed has caught the attention of those looking for active acumen in the space, judging by its rising level of trading volume over time (approximately 10,000 shares ADV), and it certainly does not hurt that the manager, Newfleet Asset Management, is an investment subsidiary of the well-known Virtus Investment Partners, whose footprint and influence in the ETF managed portfolio space is already evident. Street One Financial is an educational/research firm utilizing the Broker Dealer services of GWM Group Inc (RLCC) a FINRA registered Broker/Dealer. All trades are executed through GWM Group (RLCC) and cleared by Fidelity (NFS)DTC number 0226. Street One Financial LLC makes available products and services offered by GWM Group Inc., a registered broker-dealer and Member Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC), Investing in securities involves risks, and there is always the potential of losing money when you invest in securities. Related

A-Shares ETF Launch a Sign of Increased EM Access

Often times, ETFs that are thinly traded or have underlying holdings with low volume are at risk for scalping your hard-earned money. This can occur when the bid/ask spread widens to abnormal levels or the market maker takes advantage of a drought in liquidity. One way to avoid getting a bad fill on entering or exiting an ETF is to use limit orders to ensure that your trades are executed at the price you desire. That way you are not susceptible to the whims of the market and ensure your trade will be a success. If your trade is not filled at a reasonable price, then you can adjust your limit order or walk away knowing that you dodged a bullet.

What REALLY Matters When It Comes to ETF Expenses

China is not the only emerging market taking to steps to bolster foreign investment. Vietnam, a frontier market, has been mulling proposals to increase foreign ownerships across various sectors, including financial services. Russia, a BRIC member along with China, in July 2014 will make local shares available through Euroclear, according to Institutional Investor. That could increase the allure of local Russian shares over global depositary receipts listed in London. Additionally, Russian policymakers have been attempting to force state-run companies to increase the percentage of profits paid out in dividends in a bid to lure more foreign investors.


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