3 ETF Types Shrugging Off Europe's Latest Struggles
The best way to tap the trend? Go global. Global ETFs tend to have 50% in U.S. equities and 50% in large-cap, foreign developed equities. Each has managed to close out the third week of March at a new 52-week pinnacle.
|Going Global Has Its Rewards|
|5 Day %||3/22 52-Week High|
|iShares S&P Global Utilities (JXI)||1.2%||Yes|
|iShares S&P Global Consumer Staples (KXI)||1.1%||Yes|
|iShares S&P Global Health Care (IXJ)||0.8%||Yes|
|iShares Global 100 (IOO)||-0.4%||No|
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