US Home Construction Ishares ETF (ITB)
$25.32 1.03 (3.91%)
14:16 EDT ITB Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $26.35
Market Cap 801.38M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 942,337
Day's Range 25.27 - 26.52
52-Week Range 22.39 - 50.52
Dividend & Yield 0.16 (0.63%)
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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.
ITB has been one of the best ETFs of 2019. With interest rates low and the economy strong, ITB could have still more upside.
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.
ITB stock was my pick for the Best ETFs of 2019. However, after big gains throughout the year, the case is more narrow.
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.
Construction stocks have rallied so far in 2019, which has boosted ITB stock -- and there are reasons to see more gains ahead.
Housing stocks have rallied in 2019 after a difficult 2018. Investors who see more upside should take a look at these six stocks.
As we approach 2019, a fresh group of experts have made their picks for our Best ETFs for 2019 contest. Who will win?
Housing stocks had a brutal 2018. But current valuations suggest even a decent 2019 could send the ITB ETF shooting higher next year.
This isn't a safe place to park your money, but homebuilding ETFs could be in for some love, and a number of these funds are on clearance.
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