After a recent series of new highs, Wall Street retreated on a doubt over trade deal that has undermined bullish sentiments. As such, investors could consider low volatility ETFs.
The global stock market is reacting to changes in the trade narrative. Positive progress in U.S.-China talks is driving stocks while negative news is dragging them down.
September is historically the worst month for the stock market. According to Dow Jones Market Data, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 have witnessed average declines of 1% each since 1937....
Low volatility ETFs have the potential to outpace the broader market in bearish conditions or in an uncertain environment providing significant protection to the portfolio.