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VUG: Now Could Be The Best Time To Buy
Vanguard Growth ETF appears like the right choice to capitalize on a potential US stock market rebound. As inflation fell significantly and hopes grew over a Fed pivot, growth stocks' prospects started to improve.
Look Inside ETFs as Tech Earnings Season Kicks Off
The latest tech earnings season has already kicked off, but many high-profile mega-cap growth companies will report results this week. We believe the data and forward-looking insights are important for not just advisors who own individual stocks, but also those who own more diversified ETFs.
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Are Growth Stocks About To Experience More Selling?
It's pretty simple. Growth stocks do not perform well when indicators like a strengthening US Dollar, rising interest rates, and slowing growth take place.
Todd Rosenbluth Has a Value-able Conversation on TD Ameritrade
VettaFi's head of research Todd Rosenbluth appeared on TD Ameritrade's The Watch List to discuss value investing with host Nicole Petallides. This year, value has outperformed growth throughout 2022, but Petallides wonders if that trend is likely to continue.
Value Is in the Eye of the Beholder
In 2022, many of the most widely held value ETFs have significantly outperformed their growth sibling alternatives. Investors have favored shares of companies with strong current earnings over those that have potential for faster growth in the future but that trade at a premium valuation during this period of rising interest rates.
VTV Vs. VUG: If We Are Entering A Recession, Is Value Or Growth The Better Bet?
The three most recent downturns (2000-3, 2007-9, 2020) were not garden variety corrections to economic overheating; in two of the three growth stocks, surprisingly, outperformed value stocks. The 2002-2003 recession included the dot.com crash, 2008-2009 a housing/mortgage financial crisis, and 2020 the COVID lockdown; a current downturn might somewhat resemble 2000-2003.
VUG: Every Growth Fund Has Its Thorn - Inflation
VUG was up handsomely for a while since my review last quarter. But as inflation numbers rolled in hot, those gains have mostly evaporated. Looking ahead, I believe investors need to tread cautiously. If inflation remains the dominant market headline, Tech stocks (which dominate VUG's portfolio) will lead the market with losses.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Vanguard Growth Index Fund ETF Shares stock symbol ?
Vanguard Growth Index Fund ETF Shares is a US stock and trading under the symbol VUG
What is Vanguard Growth Index Fund ETF Shares stock quote today ?
Vanguard Growth Index Fund ETF Shares stock price is $224.93 today.
Is Vanguard Growth Index Fund ETF Shares stock public?
Yes, Vanguard Growth Index Fund ETF Shares is a publicly traded company.