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Millennials remain avid enthusiasts of purchasing ETFs, comprising as much as 41% of their portfolios while their counterparts are lagging behind and sticking to more traditional investments.
Investors need to follow best practices when trading ETFs and perhaps the foremost among them is using limit orders.
We are bolstering our cash position for the near term, exiting some less appealing positions.
Self-preservation is necessary in a tough market that roughed up most stocks in the portfolio.
We're not surprised by the post-Labor Day trading and see upcoming investment conferences offering greater clarity.
Most of the portfolio improved, though there's no escaping the impact of fear of an economic slowdown in China.
The market plunge produced double-digit percentage declines in many, but not all, of the portfolio's stocks.
China's move to stimulate its economy by devaluing its currency has thrown equities for a loop.
While we await an interest rate hike, we check out the effects of the earnings parade on our portfolio.
Earnings season has been bumpy for the portfolio this week, while volatility in China remains a concern.
We've made changes to the model portfolio this week as earnings shift the focus toward company performance.
The start of earnings season thankfully gives investors something to focus on besides Greece and China.
We added a chemical maker to the portfolio in a week that warrants increased risk management.
Protect your portfolios from the risk that the ongoing Greece situation poses.
We took advantage of Wall Street's shortsightedness and built up one position this week.
While all eyes are on the Fed and interest rates, the portfolio has been in quiet mode.
We've added a position and closed another as our focus shifts from earnings to identifying new opportunities.
We have added to and subtracted from the portfolio amid stabilizing economic conditions.
We've added to and subtracted from the fund amid actions by global central bankers.
There may be a couple of ways to profit from the strengthening greenback, one of which is to simply buy it.
Looking today at week-over-week shares outstanding changes among the universe of ETFs covered at ETF Channel, one standout is the Vanguard Total Stock Market ETF where we have detected an approximate $184.8 million dollar inflow -- that's a 0.4% increase week over week in outstanding units (from 438,123,961 to 439,942,481). Among the largest underlying components of VTI, in trading today Procter & Gamble Co.