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- Fund Family N/A
- Assets Under Management 0
- Shares Outstanding, K 706
- 60-Month Beta -4.47
- Price/Earnings ttm N/A
- Annual Dividend & Yield N/A
- Most Recent Dividend N/A
- Management Fee N/A
|Period||Period Low||Period High||Performance|
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-0.44 (-0.64%)since 06/02/20
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-32.18 (-31.97%)since 04/02/20
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+18.39 (+36.71%)since 07/02/19
Given the bull and bear tug of war, market volatility is back in the market. As such, we have highlighted the best and worst-performing ETFs of last week.
The stock market volatility returned with growing fears of a second wave of coronavirus infections and a gloomy economic outlook provided by the Fed.
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.
The malaise has resulted in lockdowns and forced people to stay indoors to contain the spread of COVID-19, putting the economies of many nations at risk.
Try these ETF strategies to counter the renewed risk of the spread of coronavirus.
These ETFs gained/lost the most amid the market blood bath last week.
The spike in number of COVID-19 cases has renewed fears that the outbreak would turn into a pandemic resulting in market volatility.
We have highlighted ETFs from the best and worst zones to start 2020.
If U.S.-Iran tensions escalate, these ETF strategies could save your portfolio.
Wall Street is off to an awful start to December, thanks to renewed trade tensions. These ETF strategies can come to your rescue.
|3rd Resistance Point||N/A|
|2nd Resistance Point||70.54|
|1st Resistance Point||69.52|
|1st Support Level||66.81|
|2nd Support Level||65.12|
|3rd Support Level||N/A|