From Invesco: The “Trump trade” has officially unwound in the global currency markets, reflecting investors’ fading confidence in Washington’s ability to pass growth-inducing legislation.
Investors looking for ETFs with rising momentum should begin to consider the PowerShares FTSE RAFI Emerging Markets Portfolio (PXH). This product just hit a new 52-week high of $19.31 today, and is now up 64.34% from its 52-week low price of $11.75 per share.
NYSEARCA:GMM, NASDAQ:EDIV, NYSEARCA:PXH
Eric Dutram: One of the biggest trends in the ETF world in 2012 has been product competition. This in-fighting among the various issuers has been great news for investors
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As the ETF world has grown over the past few years, investors have had the opportunity to access a number of different asset classes that were once off-limits to the average investor.
Diversification is the theme that has emerged since. August 2008. Today investors are diversifying in multiple dimensions: nationally, regionally, industrially and from a sector perspective.
The PowerShares FTSE RAFI U.S. 1000 Portfolio (NYSE:PRF) recently passed its five year milestone, a period during which the fundamentally-weighted product outperformed many more