From WisdomTree: A relative bright spot amid a challenging start to 2018 for U.S. equities has been the performance of small caps: The Russell 2000 Index’s 4.65% return is an advantage of more than 180 basis points (bps)over the 2.82% return of the S&P 500 Index.1
From WisdomTree: While we all know that U.S. interest rates have, by and large, been in a downward trend since the early 1980s, over the past few years market participants have begun to think about positioning portfolios for rising interest rates.
From WisdomTree: A few years ago, WisdomTree coined the phrase “Forgotten Dividend Payers” to refer to mid-cap and small-cap companies that pay dividends. In a yield-starved environment, within the United States one could dip down the market capitalization-size spectrum to find higher dividend yields.
Donald Trump will make his biggest speech yet as President of the United States Tuesday evening when he addresses a joint session of Congress for the annual State of the Union address. One of the speech’s key talking points will be tax reform and deregulation.
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Luciano Siracusano of Wisdomtree Investments thinks ETF’s are a great way for individual investors to play the four corners of the world