THE WisdomTree BLOG
The stock market peaked in September, but the exodus out of ETFs and into mutual funds that some active managers are hoping for may not materialize. Jeff Weniger talks about the effects of market volatility on different investment vehicles.
2019 is likely to be a good year for Japan. However, there are some outlier scenarios investors may worry about. Improbable as they may seem, any movement toward their far-out direction will force a true about-face in the current consensus. Jesper Koll outlines 10 potential surprises for Japan in 2019.
Until recently, the FAANG stocks have been unstoppable, like the antagonist in the classic 1984 movie The Karate Kid. Is it time for Daniel-san to crane kick the FAANG stocks?
ETFs are built on a backbone of transparency, while mutual funds are opaque in nature. And although mutual funds trade at NAV, it doesn’t mean the execution cost is free. Bryan Moore explains.
When your starting point is a 1.4% dividend yield, as is the case with the S&P 500 Growth Index, the group of stocks that makes up the basket had better have long-term dividend growth that performs like Seabiscuit, the super horse. No tripping out of the gate or getting bumped in the stretch. Everything must go perfectly.