Nasdaq ETF (QQQ)
$284.74 0.56 (0.20%)
19:59 EDT QQQ Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 102.89B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 24.66M
Day's Range 281.78 - 284.91
52-Week Range 164.93 - 303.50
Dividend & Yield 1.31 (0.46%)
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Not all of the best ETFs this year will continue their monstrous climbs next year. But there are still plenty of winners here to keep your eyes on.
QQQ is still among the best ETFs this year because it has managed to overcome many threats induced by the novel coronavirus.
The Nasdaq, Boeing, Costco and Lam Research were our top stock trades for Friday. So, let's look at the charts to see what's going on.
The best index funds offer diversification and long-term growth potential. For investors looking to build a portfolio, these funds are a great place to start.
Low-cost index funds and exchange traded funds remain the toasts of the fund universe. Broadly speaking, that's to the detriment of pricier actively managed mutual funds because, well, advisors and investors love a good deal fees.
Peloton, Chewy, Dave & Buster's and the QQQ ETF were our top stock trades for Monday. That said, let's look at the charts to see what's new.
These ETFs include some of the hottest coronavirus stocks that are likely to reach new highs in the coming quarters.
Tech got wrecked Thursday. Here's what it means for MSFT stock, and where you should consider stepping in to buy the blood.
Apple, the QQQ ETF, Macy's and Carnival were our top stock trades for Friday. That said, let's look at the charts now to see what's going on.
Warren Buffett believes investors should own low-cost index funds. Here are seven ideas for a portfolio that is broader than the S&P 500.
By Joel Baglole
Investors can reap many benefits from index funds that offer big gains and low fees.So, here is a list of the top index funds to buy in 2020.
The landscape for best ETFs in 2020 has changed after the novel coronavirus pandemic with technology and cloud companies leading the bunch.
Tech ETFs have never been higher and in the face of the worst economic conditions ever. Chasing QQQ, SMH or the XLK is fraught with risk.
Here's why the QQQ is still one of the best ETFs to bet on, especially in a world marred by coronavirus woes.
VR stocks and investments become more alluring as investors discover the wide array of uses for AR and VR technologies. These range from surgery simulation, military training, heads-up displays for pilots as well as some educational and psychological pursuits.
Wall Street has apparently dispensed with fundamentals, so there are plenty of overblown stocks to short, as well as opportunities to go long gold against equity ebullience.
From The Motley Fool