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- Fund Family First Trust Portfolios
- Assets Under Management 1,094,420,400
- Market Capitalization, $K 1,094,420
- Shares Outstanding, K 26,005
- 60-Month Beta 1.13
|Period||Period Low||Period High||Performance|
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+1.92 (+4.81%)since 10/18/19
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+3.48 (+9.06%)since 08/20/19
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+7.43 (+21.55%)since 11/20/18
Cisco Systems dampened investors' mood when it reported first-quarter fiscal 2020 results as it sparked fears of a slowdown in global tech spending with a bleak outlook.
We discuss two new dividend growth ETFs that have been recently launched by ProShares.
Dividend ETFs have staged a rally this year, raising overvaluation concerns. Investors thus can have a look at these low P/E dividend ETFs.
ETFs with the highest allocation to IBM will be in focus post its mixed third-quarter 2019 results.
International Business Machines is scheduled to report third-quarter 2019 results on Oct 15 after market close.
Brushing aside the latest antitrust probe news, the tech ETFs surged on upbeat earnings, likely Fed policy easing and inherent strength of the sector.
IBM's Q2 results put these ETFs in focus.
IBM has been on a downtrend over the past three months, losing 1.2%. The negative trend might reverse if IBM beats earnings estimates.
The Cisco's Acacia buyout deal has put the spotlight on a number of ETFs which could be the best ways for investors to tap the opportunity.
These dividend ETFs won in the first half of 2019 thanks to dovish Fed comments and uncertainty related to the U.S.-China trade deal.
|First Trust NASDAQ Technology Div ETF||0.00%|
|International Business Machines Corporation||0.00%|
|Cisco Systems Inc.||0.00%|
|Texas Instruments Incorporated||0.00%|