USA Min Vol Ishares Edge MSCI ETF (USMV)
$61.21 0.47 (0.77%)
20:00 EDT USMV Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $61.21
Market Cap 16.92B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 3.25M
Day's Range 60.49 - 61.26
52-Week Range 45.75 - 69.79
Dividend & Yield 1.03 (1.67%)
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The other prominent theme has been investors' ongoing affinity for inexpensive ETFs. While not all of the best ETFs are extremely cheap, there are plenty of strong funds out there with low expense ratios and those fees are falling. Additionally, basically every brokerage firm of note eliminated commissions on ETFs this year, so the asset class is becoming even more cost-effective to embrace.
Fortunately, that objective is easily met with an array of exchange traded funds (ETFs). In fact, ETFs are arguably the best instruments with which to bolster downside protection or profit from swooning equities because the fund structure eliminates the time constraints associated options strategies and the need to identify the right stocks to sell short
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The best low-volatility ETFs on the market not only preserve your sanity, but even outperform their higher-beta counterparts.
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