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September is historically the worst month of the year for stocks. Investors who are fearing a lull in the ongoing September, may find these ETFs safe.
The small-cap index is now at its cheapest versus the large-cap Russell 1000 since March 2020. according to Jefferies data, as quoted on Reuters. But Wells Fargo analysts believe that small-cap companies...
The small-cap counterpart iShares Russell 2000 ETF (IWM) outperformed, climbing 10.5% and came as investors scooped up the cheaply valued stocks.
The Fed minutes released yesterday rekindled some optimism in the stock market as there were no surprises.
Since we know that a cash cushion is always needed in a rough market, one can easily look at the indicators related to cash flows to measure a company's performance.
Decent U.S. economic growth, inexpensive valuation, improving earnings picture, geopolitical crisis and inflationary pressure should favor small-cap stocks and ETFs in the coming days.