Gold topped $1800 per ounce for the first time since 2011, having gained nearly 17% in the quarter. This marks the biggest quarterly gain since 2016
The World Health Organization (WHO) reported a record increase in global novel coronavirus cases on Jun 21.
The second wave of coronavirus contagion hints at the gold rush.
Low rates are a boon for high-yield sectors such as utilities and real estate as well as the dividend paying securities.
Gold mining stocks hail from a favorable Zacks industry (placed at the top 8% of total 250+ industries in the Zacks universe).
Gold mining stocks reported mixed-to-upbeat earnings results and benefited these miners' ETFs.
The proverb "sell in May and go away" proved itself wrong in the past few years with the May-October period turning pretty profitable.
Several large-cap gold mining stocks are buy rated and have not experienced much negative analyst reaction just before earnings releases. Industry fundamentals are also upbeat.
This VanEck Vectors Gold Miners ETF has hit a new 52-week high. Are more gains in store?
Severe demand shocks emanated from coronavirus-led lockdowns, ample supplies and storage crisis caused oil price rout lately. These sector ETFs could win/lose amid the environment.
These ETF strategies should be helpful for investors amid an energy market rout.
As WTI crude's May futures turn negative, investors may find these investing areas lucrative.
Gold mining stocks and ETFs have been sturdy in the past month and have more gains in store.
These ETFs are likely to stay strong in the coming days as virus cases are showing signs of a slowdown in some global hotspots.
Gold price jumped nearly 9.5% last week, representing the biggest weekly rise since September 2008.
We have profiled 10 ETFs that have seen massive trading volumes over the past 20 days.
The central banks across the globe are expected to step in to prop up the virus-infected economy. We have highlighted ETFs & stocks from sectors that are expected to skyrocket on lower rates.
With bond yields at record-low levels, sectors such as utilities, real estate and homebuilders look beneficial.
The fourth-quarter reporting cycle has shown steady improvement with earnings growth on track to turn positive.
Analysts are betting big on a gold rally in 2020. Play these ETFs to ride the wave.