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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.
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The Sino-US trade deal talks are held up due to a number of issues.
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The IMF announces fifth straight cut in global growth outlook for 2019.
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Investors continue to pour money into low volatility ETFs as they outperform the broader market during high volatility
Low beta ETFs could be worthwhile for low risk-tolerant investors looking to safeguard their portfolio in the current market environment and seeking outperformance.
Trade war tensions, geopolitical risks and the Fed's likely policy easing may boost low-volatility stocks and ETFs in the coming days.
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.