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State Street Global AdvisorsState Street Global Advisors (SSgA) is the asset management division of State Street Corporation. After its founding in 1990, SSgA invented the exchange-traded fund (ETF) in 1993. SSgA created the new investment vehicle with the introduction of the S&P 500 SPDR product. Nowadays, SSgA is still one of the top ETF managers.

Recent Articles

Why Freeport-McMoRan Inc (FCX), State Street Corp (STT) and Textron Inc. (TXT) Are 3 of Today’s Worst Stocks

State Street (STT), Textron (TXT) and Freeport-McMoRan (FCX) were all taken out behind the woodshed on hump-day, though for understandable reasons. More 

Trade of the Day: State Street Corp (STT) Stock Looking for $90

It looks like STT stock is continuing its bullish nature, and you could make double-digit returns in State Street Corp. More 

Biggest Movers in Financial Stocks Now – DTSI HAWK HGT BBD

The following stocks were the biggest movers and shakers in the Financial sector today. More 

Why Apple Inc. (AAPL), Panera Bread Co (PNRA) and State Street Corp (STT) Are 3 of Today’s Best Stocks

With the Fed in focus, AAPL, PNRA and STT climbed following impressive earnings reports. More 

Biggest Movers in Financial Stocks Now – RM MHLD STT ZION

The Financial sector saw plenty of trading activity today, including the following leaders and losers. More 

25 Stocks to Sell Before Earnings Season (AAPL, GILD, WFM)

We are now deep into earnings season, and I have updated rankings that suggest you consider selling these stocks ahead of earnings More 

7 Bank Stocks That Just Turned on the Cash Machine

These seven bank stocks and other financial companies just got the nod from the Fed to boost dividends, buy back stock or both. More 

Building a Core Dividend Growth Portfolio With These Eight Companies

Today I want to share with you my 7 main principles of dividend growth investing, and highlight these 8 stocks as examples of each principle More 

7 Stocks to Buy That Wall Street Is GROSSLY Underestimating

These seven stocks to buy have one thing in common -- Wall Street doesn't like them very much. But that will change. More 

5 Financial Stocks on the Brink of Collapsing

Financials have been hammered by the market's mood swings lately, and these five financial stocks are due for more downside action. More