Real Estate Vanguard ETF (VNQ)
$84.32 0.67 (0.80%)
13:24 EST VNQ Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 313.07M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 2.14M
Day's Range 83.18 - 84.33
52-Week Range 55.58 - 99.72
Dividend & Yield 3.85 (4.56%)
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If you like low cost funds and diversification, here are seven Vanguard ETFs to buy
The pandemic has increased the volatility in the sector. But this has created opportunities for REITs to buy.
If you're searching for funds, look no further than these Vanguard ETFs. These six picks represent serious income and growth potential.
As world economic and political news starts to turn a little sour, keep these safe stocks and funds on your radar ... just in case.
REITs have been performing well so far in 2019, and if you pick the right ones they'll likely keep performing for you long term.
As real estate investments go, Brookfield Asset Management is easily my favorite stock. In June, I suggested that BAM would make an excellent one-stock portfolio, much like Berkshire Hathaway, whose wide array of holdings make it more like an investment fund (without the fees) than a publicly-traded stock.
Even when the markets turn sour there's money to be made -- or at least relative safety to be had. Here are some names to keep on your radar.
Sometimes you may need or want a portfolio that can earn you money without a lot of babysitting. Here are 9 ETFs to help you do just that.
The market has been continuing its upward haul after the stumble in the fourth quarter of 2018. Here are some stocks to buy going forward.
The VNQ gives you an investment in 188 stocks or funds involved in real estate. Diversified across many different segments of the real estate industry, it's top ten holdings -- 41% of VNQ -- are a who’s who of the best owners of real estate in the country.
These are among the best ETFs for both growth and income. Here's what investors need to know about each ETF.
These five ETFs to buy will help you build a better core portfolio and get better returns in the long run. Here's what investors need to know.
Utilities ETFs and real estate funds are typically inversely correlated to rising Treasury yields. Here's what conservative investors should know.
The sector is effectively pricing in the specter of more rate hikes. Here are some real estate mutual funds and ETFs for income-hungry investors before 2018 ends.