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5 Vanguard ETFs Juiced Up With Apple's Stock
As expected, the biggest holder of Apple's stock is the PowerShares QQQQ that tracks the NASDAQ 100 index and holds a 21% stake in the tech stock.
Mutual Fund Vs ETF: Which is Right For You?
Thinly traded securities are illiquid and have higher spreads and volatility. When there is little interest and low trading volumes, the spread increases, causing the buyer to pay a price premium and forcing the seller into a price discount in order to ...
PowerShares QQQ Trust Series 1 (QQQ)
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Best Performing ETFs Of 2009
Following a year that saw some of the worst performances in recent memory, many asset classes have bounced back in 2009. But some have performed better than others, and as the year draws to a close we take a look at some of the best-performing ETFs ...
Five ETFs With Surprising Turnover
For someone who played such a major role in the introduction and widespread adoption of ETFs, Vanguard Group founder John Bogle has some surprisingly negative perceptions of these products.
FANG Stocks
The S&P 500, which is based on the market capitalization of the 500 largest stocks listed on the NYSE and NASDAQ including FANG stocks, is considered the best representation of the US market.
The Thanksgiving trade explained
Thanksgiving is an annual holiday in the United States, essentially to give thanks for the harvest. It is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November, and is followed by a major shopping day called "Black Friday".
The 10 Worst ETF Trades of All Time
Cotton is one of the most popularly traded soft commodities as it offers a fair amount of volatility for those who can stomach its often large daily movements.
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How to Hedge With Butterfly Put Spreads
One way to do this more cost effectively is to purchase something called a butterfly put spread. The good is that these spreads will cost you much less (especially in times of rising volatility) than purchasing just put options. However, the bad is ...
The Stock Market "Bull or Bear" Debate Will Be Resolved Soon
The Volatility Index (VIX) trends inversely to the equties markets and is in a clear downtrend. This week a bearish 50/200 crossover occured signalling a bull market in equities.