Retail ETF Vaneck (RTH)
$118.85 0.00 (0.00%)
20:00 EST RTH Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 103.58M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 118.85 - 118.85
52-Week Range 100.49 - 120.98
Dividend & Yield 1.43 (1.20%)
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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.
The retail space, like many other once-traditional spaces, is being disrupted, and retail ETFs are starting to reflect that disruption.
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Some of the best ETFs for the holiday shopping season are not traditional retail plays. Here are several ETFs that approach the space differently.
Retail funds like these 7 may be some of the best ETFs to buy in September because the retail space historically delivers impressive performances in the ninth month of the year.
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Investors could tap the splurge in back-to-school shopping through the following ETFs in a diversified way. Compare Brokers....
To throw stiff competition to Amazon in the final weeks before Christmas, Wal-Mart has stepped up its efforts to make a bigger push into the online space. Compa...
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Taking advantage of both bullish and bearish moves in retail stocks can be tough, but there are a few stocks and ETFs that are must-owns.
Differing performance in traditional and online retailers should show investors that selectivity is key when picking retail ETFs to buy.
Given the solid domestic growth and guidance, Wal-Mart had its biggest rally in more than nine years.
Amazon came up with blowout Q3 results with a stupendous earnings beat of 5100% and a positive outlook for the holiday quarter.
The surge in Walmart shares has spread cheer into the consumer ETFs.
Moody’s gives red signal despite the upbeat perception about Amazon. How will you trade this view with ETFs?
All the attractive offers will definitely boost sales of all types of retailers, leading to a surge in their stock prices.
Shop these five ETFs before Christmas bells start ringing.
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