From Zacks: After small-caps took charge of the bull run through February to May, mega caps is at the forefront in June. This is especially true as the blue-chip Dow Jones index climbed 3% in the initial week of June, outpacing the gains of 2.5% for the S&P 500 and 2.6% for Russell 2000.
From Zacks: Large multinational companies, particularly tech giants, have been on a tear this year, as the global economic picture continues to brighten. Due to their high global revenue exposure, these companies are poised to prosper with the improving global economy.
Investors looking for ETFs with rising momentum should begin to consider the Vanguard Mega Cap Growth ETF (MGK). This product just hit a new 52-week high of $89.75 today, and is now up 23.54% from its 52-week low price of $72.65 per share.
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Vanguard has been leading the ultra-cheap ETF market, and is easily the top choice for investors seeking low-cost products in many fund categories. This technique has proven to be a winning strategy for the company as investors have flocked in droves to
Vanguard CEO Bill McNabb discusses the company’s new ETF and index fund offerings with MoneyWatch’s Eric Schurenberg. Eric touches on what investment vehicle, traditional funds
Vanguard is expanding its index fund family, introducing new funds with ETF Shares to provide investors with additional low-cost stock and bond choices. The new ETFs will be available commission-free to Vanguard Brokerage clients. See the preliminary breakdown of each ETF below