Category: ETFs

5 Water ETFs To Invest In

July 19, 2017 | By | Reply More
5 Water ETFs To Invest In

Water is one of the most plentiful compounds on Earth and it is essential for life. However, fresh water isn’t nearly as common as salt water and it is under pressure. As climate change rapidly shifts the weather pattern, fresh water is drying up. At the same time, pollution, garbage and industrial waste are destroying existing […]

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5 Wildly Popular – And Overrated – Funds. Sell Today!

July 5, 2017 | By | Reply More
5 Wildly Popular – And Overrated – Funds.  Sell Today!

As we speak, $376 billion is locked up in five of Wall Street’s most overrated, overloved funds. And the sad reality is that there’s a high chance a few thousand bucks of that are courtesy of … well, you. The good news? I can show you seven far better options. While Wall Street still rolls out hundreds of […]

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Deal Making In Robotics Makes Me Bullish On These 3 Stocks

June 16, 2017 | By | Reply More
Deal Making In Robotics Makes Me Bullish On These 3 Stocks

After Google just sold off its robotics division to Boston Dynamics and then reading about what just happened at the Consumer Electronics show, Growth Stock Advisor editor, Tony Daltorio, has become bullish on robotics. Here are some of his favorite plays on the growing evolution of the robotics business.  As editor of Investors Alley Growth […]

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3 Vanguard ETFs For International Income

May 26, 2017 | By | Reply More
3 Vanguard ETFs For International Income

Vanguard ETFs offer some compelling opportunities for international income Vanguard is the second-largest U.S. issuer of exchange-traded funds (ETFs), so it is fair to say plenty of investors know about the fund giant and that plenty are also clients of the firm. It is also accurate to say that many investors are aware of the […]

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10 ETF Dividends In Serious Danger

May 10, 2017 | By | Reply More
10 ETF Dividends In Serious Danger

Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) can be an easy “one-click way” to diversify your dividends. Instead of grinding on the viability of any single payout stream, why not build a basket of them? But be careful – some pooled payouts are all bad and don’t even keep up with the broader market. In a minute, we’ll review […]

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5 High-Yield CEF ETFs For Tactical Income Investors

April 17, 2017 | By | Reply More
5 High-Yield CEF ETFs For Tactical Income Investors

These ETFs of closed-end funds are not for everyone. But those who dive in will enjoy yields in the 6%-7% range. Many investors are making the right choice to build their core portfolios around low-cost, liquid and diversified exchange-traded funds (ETFs) geared towards dividend paying stocks and bonds. These funds provide transparent exposure to a broad […]

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The 7 Best ETFs For Retirement Investors

March 6, 2017 | By | Reply More
The 7 Best ETFs For Retirement Investors

ETFs and retirement go hand and hand Exchange-traded funds have surged in popularity over the years. And it’s easy to see why. The passively managed baskets of stocks, bonds and other assets allow for intraday tradability at a dirt cheap cost. Perhaps more importantly, they allow investors to customize their portfolios by honing in on […]

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3 Diversified Funds Paying Up To 9.5%

February 15, 2017 | By | Reply More
3 Diversified Funds Paying Up To 9.5%

Instead of meticulously picking one high paying stock after another – in hopes of building a secure dividend stream – how about simply buying a fund or two that does everything for you? After all, you’ve already made the correct asset allocation in choosing dividend stocks – which outperform non-payers by a wide margin. There […]

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5 Funds That Could Double Your Retirement Nest Egg

January 30, 2017 | By | Reply More
5 Funds That Could Double Your Retirement Nest Egg

If you want to save a million dollars, you need to save a ton of money over a lifetime. Or at least that’s what we’re constantly told. But it’s not true. The fact is, you can save $1 million a lot quicker by saving just $298 per month. It just takes a contrarian’s view on […]

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