Online Retail Amplify ETF (IBUY)
$40.71 1.80 (4.23%)
16:00 EDT IBUY Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $40.71
Market Cap 185.21M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 68,900
Day's Range 40.57 - 41.62
52-Week Range 33.11 - 56.46
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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The 2019 holiday shopping season should rake in some big profits for select retailers. It will also make these retail ETFS good buys.
Growth stocks have been hit hard in August, but this pain is temporary, and these growth ETFs look ready to rally into the end of the year.
These six big growth ETFs give long-term investors robust exposure to the stock market's most powerful long-term growth tailwinds.
The retail space, like many other once-traditional spaces, is being disrupted, and retail ETFs are starting to reflect that disruption.
Some of the best ETFs for the holiday shopping season are not traditional retail plays. Here are several ETFs that approach the space differently.
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White House called the first major refurbishment of the tax code since 1986 a "celebration" for American workers. These sector ETFs benefited from the tax overh....
After peaking in the first month of the year, Wall Street was caught in a vicious circle of volatility that stemmed from inflationary expectations and trade war....
By Jeff Reeves
Tax cuts passed last year equal more spending in April after refund checks are received. These seven consumer ETFs will help you profit from this bump.
While Facebook has recently taken it on the chin, some internet ETFs are still delivering stout returns. Here are seven to keep an eye on.
A few sectors have easily survived the market rout and are crushing the broad market this month. Compare Brokers...
Retail isn't dead, but it is changing ... drastically. These retail ETFs to buy will help you profit from the transformation.
Differing performance in traditional and online retailers should show investors that selectivity is key when picking retail ETFs to buy.
All the attractive offers will definitely boost sales of all types of retailers, leading to a surge in their stock prices.