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- Fund Family BlackRock iShares
- Assets Under Management 28,044,582,400
- Shares Outstanding, K 382,600
- 60-Month Beta 0.74
|Period||Period Low||Period High||Performance|
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+0.91 (+1.26%)since 05/11/21
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+5.42 (+7.99%)since 03/11/21
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+13.35 (+22.29%)since 06/11/20
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: USMV, SPLV, EFAV, ACWV and SPHD
Low-volatility products could be sensible choices for those who want to continue investing in equities in turbulent market conditions.
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Here we discuss a few ETF strategies for investors to combat the coronavirus crisis.
Given the latest spike in coronavirus cases and chances of another round of lockdown, it is a wise idea for investors to opt for low-volatility products.
The excitement surrounding the tournament and its impact on the stock world has led investors to look at ETFs that could act as a proxy for the game.
Here we discuss a few ETF strategies for investors to combat the increasing concerns regarding the ongoing coronavirus crisis and the latest market dip.
Low Volatility ETF (LVOL) from the house of American Century Investments seeks to track the market over long term, while realizing less volatility, particularly during downturns.
Let's look at some safer ETF strategies which investors can play, keeping in mind certain burning issues that can cause increased uncertainty in the near term.
Given the spike in coronavirus outbreak and uncertainty surrounding the Senate run-off elections in Georgia, it seems investors might opt for low-volatility products.
|3rd Resistance Point||73.65|
|2nd Resistance Point||73.46|
|1st Resistance Point||73.35|
|1st Support Level||73.05|
|2nd Support Level||72.86|
|3rd Support Level||72.75|