Emerging Markets Ishares MSCI ETF (EEM)
$44.60 0.36 (0.80%)
19:59 EST EEM Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $44.60
Market Cap 39.50B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 88.65M
Day's Range 44.39 - 45.03
52-Week Range 38.72 - 46.32
Dividend & Yield 0.99 (2.21%)
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While none of the ETFs in our Best ETFs of 2019 contest have changed position, the performance gaps between some of them have intensified.
The iShares Emerging Markets ETF won't be one of the best ETFs of 2019. But its long-term growth prospects seem bright.
Some of the best ETFs on the market today might surprise you, while others are much less shocking. Here are ten ETFs to keep an eye on.
Amid trade war tensions and the general slowing of the Chinese economy, the EEM ETF still has a lot to prove to become one of the best ETFs of 2019.
Economic growth is slowing, and these are some of the best ETFs for investors to consider for this shift of mode.
EEM flipped that script by providing exposure to a slew of fast-growing developing economies under the umbrella of a single, passively managed ETF that, by the standards of 2003 when EEM debuted, was attractively priced.
With one quarter down, a few funds are duking it out for the lead in the Best ETFs contest, while others are waiting for a reversal of fortune.
The EEM ETF has been doing fairly well in the first quarter of 2019, but good news about U.S.-China trade relations could help it take off.
As we approach 2019, a fresh group of experts have made their picks for our Best ETFs for 2019 contest. Who will win?
The tariffs on trade between the U.S. and China have put a damper on some of the big hitters in EEM, but there's upside if those clear.
These five ETFs to buy will help you build a better core portfolio and get better returns in the long run. Here's what investors need to know.
The active vs passive investing debate is not an either/or argument. Investors can gain advantages from each, depending on where they invest.
China has weighed heavily on the emerging markets ETF, but the time for a rebound is nigh. Here's how to capitalize with EEM options.
Investors would be wise to keep a weather eye on the currency markets, though the markets are still bullish for now.
These big names have all become stocks to sell. Some for similar reasons and some for reasons unique to the specific company or market.
Apple's earnings are on deck, but Sogou, Procter & Gamble, AbbVie and a number of others have already reported their quarterly results. Here are our top stock trades as a result.
Finding investments in a frothy market is difficult. But don't worry, these 5 investment ideas will round out your portfolio until more bargains re-emerge. From cash to emerging market sectors, there are ideas for every investor.
Should investors pile into emerging market ETFs? Investors should avoid wading into the water blindly, as there are a lot of pitfalls to beware of. However, opportunity can arise if investors choose wisely.
Emerging Market stocks are deeply oversold and due for a bounce. Here's how to game the snap-back with naked puts on the iShares MSCI Emerging Markets ETF (EEM).
The stocks in the EEM have a P/E ratio of about 16:1 while the stocks in the U.S. market are much higher. So, basically, the EEM stocks are a better bargain, which leads me to consider EEM as a possible alternative to American stocks.