THE WisdomTree BLOG
Following one of the most tranquil years in stock market history, volatility came roaring back in late January and early February. Emerging market (EM) investors who may have expected the performance of EM to be worse than that of the U.S. were likely pleasantly surprised.
Not too long ago, we argued that the Bank of Canada was the most hawkish major central bank. But the BOC left rates unchanged at the recent March meeting, a no-surprise action that the market priced at an 84% probability.
It’s been a year and a half since we launched our Canadian ETF business, and among the original products were three core U.S. offerings based on our U.S. quality dividend growth methodology. Their objective is to emphasize profitability metrics. How have they performed, and how are they positioned now?