USA Min Vol Ishares Edge MSCI ETF (USMV)
$62.94 0.86 (1.39%)
20:00 EDT USMV Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close -
Market Cap 17.40B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 3.70M
Day's Range 61.78 - 63.04
52-Week Range 45.75 - 69.79
Dividend & Yield 1.03 (1.63%)
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In a strong bull market, higher volatility stocks tend to outperform lower volatility stocks, but near term is the risk worth the reward?
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Debt and interest levels continue to rise across the corporate board. This puts earnings at risk, which should concern investors for the future.
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Bull markets have corrections, and bear markets have rallies. Here is how we'll allocate our holdings into the next, inevitable, bear rally
Are corporations in great shape? Three consecutive quarters of declines in earnings and record high leverage suggest not. Here's our strategy
The volatility to start the year has brought out expert opinions on the best way to ride out the storm. Here's my take on ways to proceed
We have been providing coverage on the divergences between the market's haves and have nots, and it leads us to these two conclusions...
Is the U.S. economy on solid footing? Fed Chairwoman Yellen seems to think so. Yet I subscribe to this advice: "Don't be too friggin long."
How confident should diversified investors be that stocks can power ahead without the extraordinary QE stimulus? Here are 2 keys to look for
Bill Gross described the economy as stuck in a "new normal", and like him or not, he was right. Here's how I'm investing in this environment
In today's mixed-up world of Central Bank planning bad news is good news. That can't be good for the market and investors
Is the market's worst behind us? Maybe. Yet the appetite for risk is decidedly less vibrant than before the August-September meltdown.
The economy continues to struggle, employment is still weak, and markets are vulnerable. Here's how we're going to position our portfolio