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As Markets Rebounded, These 3 ALPS ETFs Saw Notable Inflows
Equities – and particularly the growthiest segments of the market – staged a recovery rally last month despite data showing increasing headwinds for the U.S. economy, including GDP decline for the second consecutive quarter, persistently high inflation, and slowing earnings growth.
Advisor Interest in Dividend-Rich REIT ETFs Recently Accelerated
Real estate represents less than 3% of assets in the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY), yet it has long been a far more popular sector in advisor-led portfolios. At VettaFi, we saw a spike in interest for real estate sector ETFs during the second quarter in 2022 relative to the first quarter.
ETF Leaders Powered by the NYSE: ALPS' Andy Hicks
At Exchange: An ETF Experience 2022, ALPS' director of ETF portfolio management and research Andy Hicks acknowledged that while inflation is “a big concern on investors' minds,” he also noted that “the question is not how high it's going to be going, but how much it's going to come down at some point.
S&P 500 Earnings Growth Expectations Favorable for Dividend ETFs
The S&P 500 is expected to report year-over-year earnings growth of 4.3% for the second quarter as of Friday, according to John Butters, senior earnings analyst at FactSet. Based on the average improvement in earnings growth during each earnings season due to companies reporting positive surprises, it is likely the index will report earnings growth [.
Dividend Strategies Outperform in First Half
Dividend, value, and low volatility strategies outperformed in the first half of the year, demonstrating a continuing emphasis on defense. The ALPS Sector Dividend Dogs ETF (SDOG) has been ALPS' most popular ETF by net inflows for the last few months.
These Were ALPS' 3 Most Popular ETFs in June
Dividend, value, and low volatility strategies outperformed in the first half of the year. U.S. equities posted their worst first-half performance since 1970, as inflation concerns, Fed rate hikes, and slowing economic growth weighed on markets, sending investors searching for defensive strategies and funds that offer generous income.
Here Are the 9 Most Popular Large-Cap Value ETFs
U.S. equities posted their worst first half performance since 1970, as inflation concerns, Fed rate hikes, and slowing economic growth weighed on markets, according to S&P Dow Jones Indices. Dividend, value, and low volatility strategies outperformed, signaling the market's continuing emphasis on defense.
Trillions: High-Dividend ETFs Are Having a Moment
This week on the Trillions podcast, presented by Bloomberg, VettaFi's head of research, Todd Rosenbluth, and reporter Suzanne Woolley joined Joel Weber and Eric Balchunas to discuss the critical distinction between dividend growth and high dividend yield ETFs. As noted by the episode description, “When markets plummet like they have this year, investors want to [.
Dogs of the Dow Are 2022's Best in Show
All portfolio doctors should prescribe high dividends to remedy rising interest rates and stiff inflation. In 2022, the first year in recent memory pockmarked by those twin afflictions, dividend-heavy stocks such as utilities, pharmaceuticals, pipelines and many consumer-oriented blue chips like those found in the Dogs of the Dow have held up fine.
Fox Business: Todd Rosenbluth Dives Into Dividends and Volatility
The 10-year U.S. Treasury yield has hit 3.48%, its highest in 11 years, as investors fear a higher than 0.50% interest rate increase coming out of the Federal Reserve meeting tomorrow. Todd Rosenbluth, head of research at VettaFi, discussed the current challenging environment for bonds and equities on the “Claman Countdown” on Fox Business and [.