REIT ETFs have been rallying hard lately with most funds hovering around a 52-week high level.
The U.S. real estate sector has been under pressure amid the peak of lockdown.
Though the Fed Chair Powell said on Feb 23 that inflation is still 'soft', we expect the reflation trade to remain steady in the near term on stimulus hopes.
The losing trend in the real estate ETFs may shift ahead due to rising inflation, uptick in home prices and lucrative yields.
As home prices are rising, real estate ETFs have a chance to see solid demand ahead.
Wall Street rallies on cues of slowdown in virus cases in some hotspots and the Fed???s latest round of stimulus boosted these ETF areas last week.
Inside the best worst performing zones of the last week and their ETFs as U.S. stocks saw their biggest one-week rally since 1974.
Given recovering fundamentals, investors should take advantage of the beaten-down prices. For them, we have highlighted four solid ETF & stock picks each from the industries that are currently undervalued...
Given the signs of stabilization in the deaths and infections caused by COVID-19, many corners of the stock market rallied. We have highlighted five ETFs from various industries that were at the forefront...
The first quarter was marked by immense volatility for the U.S. stock market, which rose to a record high in mid-February and then slid to a bear market in less than a month.
These are the best and worst-performing ETFs of March.
Some companies are continuously witnessing insider buying amid the global market turmoil. This trend should help these stocks and ETFs.
JPMorgan Chase believes that the stock selloff is overdone. One can buy beaten-down ETFs with strong Zacks ranks, benchmark-beating yields and beta less than one.
Market watchers expect the Fed to cut rates multiple times this year. This may help these sector ETFs in the days to come.
As the coronavirus fear escalated in the market, Wall Street took a hit on Friday. Play the dip with these top-ranked ETFs.