September is the weakest month of the year for the stock market and may introduce a layer of volatility that you can counteract with these exchange-traded funds.
European ETFs have declined more than 5% from their highs this summer, but several opportunities exist to profit from this region.
The dividend dog strategy focuses on a balanced portfolio of high yield companies and equal weighted sectors in the S&P 500 Index.
Target-date ETFs are being shuttered amid lack of investor demand, however several alternatives exist that may offer better returns for ETF investors.
Fund flows from SPY indicate an overreaction to the recent summer volatility.
The Fed is on pace to reduce its quantitative easing efforts and investors should be preparing to make changes to their portfolios accordingly.
Complacency has continued to drive stocks to all-time highs. But many risks are lurking beneath the surface that deserve your attention.
Health care ETFs offer market-beating returns and these ETFs demonstrate the best industries of the group so far this year.
ETFs that outperform their benchmarks are generally hard to find, but several new active ETFs have the potential to add alpha over a passive index.
Emerging-market stocks and bonds have been outperforming their domestic counterparts for the last six months. These ETFs are an undervalued global investment opportunity.