Exchange-traded funds, like mutual funds, aren’t always appreciated… but ETFs can be the strongest investments in your portfolio. ETFs are essentially baskets of stocks, in which you buy yourself exposure to a number of sectors, industries and trends. These can be traditional in nature, with steady dividend payments, or more aggressive, with exposure to hot trends like marijuana. Either way, our analysts have covered it here.
If you want to track the returns of the S&P 500, then SPY stock is an easy-to-understand investment that deserves to be in your portfolio.
While there are some risks involved, the SPY ETF is ideal for long-term investors who do not wish to actively trade stocks.
A number of the Big Tech names that make up a sizeable portion of the S&P are looking vulnerable. So SPY stock is not a great place to invest.
Over the long term (and despite the market's bumps in the road) SPY stock consistently keeps investors afloat with its diversified holdings.
The S&P 500 has the right exposure to the growing technology sector. SPY stock is a better pick compared to a more aggressive Nasdaq ETF.
SPY stock may be a boring pick to some investors, but it's also a time-tested winning fund in a market full of volatility.
With so much uncertainty stemming from the Fed’s signal to raise interest rates, it’s time to distribute risk through the best ETFs.
You can employ a time-tested "set it and forget it" strategy with SPY stock, but be sure to look carefully at what you're actually buying.
New ETFs are small funds without considerable track records. But but these three exchange-traded funds deserve a further look for 2022.
Some of the worst-performing funds of 2021 could be the best ETFs to buy for 2022. Here are seven that ought to rebound in the year ahead.
Rising prices have investors looking for ways to protect their capital from eroding in value, and these eight ETFs to buy help you do that.
Our little furry friends are part of an industry projected to be worth $350 billion by 2027. That's where the PAWZ ETF comes in.
ProShares has launched 6 new thematic ETFs over the past two months, with a focus on helping investors gain exposure to megatrends for the new economy. ProShares Executive Director of Thematic Funds Scott Helfstein explains what kind of investors should be looking at these funds and what role they can play in your portfolio.
ProShares recently launched several new thematic funds for investors looking to invest in next-gen industries. Let's take a look at 6 ETFs betting on the trends of tomorrow, today.
ETFs based on Bitcoin futures may not be suitable for most investors, as they are highly volatile in the short run. But these three stand out.
Here are three new ETFs focused on future industries to research further as you decide where to invest your hard-earned wealth.
One way to keep your portfolio aligned with the industry leaders in green technology is through the ProShares Cleantech ETF.
Three new ProShares ETFs focusing on emerging technologies launched on September 30. Here's what investors should know about DAT, MAKX and CTEX.
The Bitcoin ETF has been highly anticipated. But there are several reasons even Bitcoin bulls should avoid BITO and simply buy BTC instead.
These low-cost, robust index funds provide broad market exposure to help build a wealthy retirement for retail investors.