Dynamic Leisure and Entertainment Invesco ETF (PEJ)
$29.27 0.44 (1.48%)
16:44 EDT PEJ Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $29.71
Market Cap 65.86M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 112,972
Day's Range 29.27 - 30.27
52-Week Range 17.60 - 45.87
Dividend & Yield 0.24 (0.81%)
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One element to the food ETF search that's arguably surprising is, given the importance of food consumption, there's a dearth of dedicated food ETFs on the market. With that in mind, the following group of food ETFs may contain some surprising, though credible ideas.
These days, it's hard to marry safety and leisure stocks, but investors can reduce volatility by eschewing stock picking and opting for these 3 ETFs to buy.
Entertainment ETFs are being slammed because of Covid-19, but some are showing signs of life and could be worth a near-term look.
The current crop of vice ETFs include more focused plays, such as funds focusing explicitly on specific vices. For example, today's vice ETFs include a marijuana fund, a gambling ETF and so on.
U.S. inflation data puts these sector ETFs and stocks in focus. Compare Brokers....
The NCAA tournament is a high-seeded top-line driver for media and casino industries. Take advantage of March Madness with these ETF plays
Investors may stay away from these ETFs if oil prices continue to rise on prospects of OPEC and non-OPEC output cuts next year.
A study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages shows that McDonald's is the #20 pick out of the 30 Dow stocks