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- Fund Family Invesco
- Assets Under Management 8,824,360,000
- Market Capitalization, $K 8,824,360
- Shares Outstanding, K 161,500
- 60-Month Beta 0.71
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+2.67 (+5.12%)since 09/23/20
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+1.99 (+3.77%)since 07/23/20
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-2.74 (-4.76%)since 10/23/19
Given the spike in coronavirus outbreak, dampened hopes of another economic stimulus and suspended vaccine and treatment trials, it seems investors might take refuge in low-volatility products.
Volatility has once again been playing foul in the stock market due to resurgent COVID-19 infections and fading hopes of additional stimulus. Investors should follow some techniques to minimize volatility...
Let's look at some safer ETF strategies that investors can play keeping in mind certain burning issues that can cause increased uncertainty in the fourth quarter of 2020.
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.S. markets may have bounced back at the news of AstraZeneca???s (AZN) resumption of its phase 3 trial, but gains have been limited as the fear factor remains in investors??? mind.
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Given that bears overtook bulls in the recent trading sessions, investors seeking to remain invested in the equity world could consider low-beta ETFs.
IWB and SPLV saw massive trading volumes on Friday.
Here are strategies investors can consider to hedge against inflation and volatility.