S&P 500 Financials Sector SPDR (XLF)
$31.00 0.46 (1.46%)
13:57 EST XLF Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close -
Market Cap 297.49M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 42.06M
Day's Range 30.71 - 31.19
52-Week Range 17.49 - 31.62
Dividend & Yield 0.48 (1.55%)
XLF Stock Predictions, Articles, and S&P 500 Financials Sector SPDR News
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The financial sector is powering higher and the price action is healthy. That said, here are the top three bank stocks to buy now.
With the latest quarterly results season well underway, let's take a look at 3 stocks to buy for earnings announcement returns.
If you, like us, are holding shares of Bank of America (NYSE:BAC), this is a trade to earn you extra income while the stock recovers.
Occidental Petroleum shares are stuck in a rut. Either wait for a breakout to signal momentum is back, or use OXY stock options to cash flow.
Financial stocks passed harsh stress tests so they are cheap and remain on solid footing. Great value makes for easy profits with little risk.
The drop in Bank of America stock looks like a buying opportunity. Here's a high odds options trade with a tasty return on investment.
Investors looking to make bets on some out of favor asset classes and sectors may want to consider these contrarian ETFs.
Coronavirus is a major challenge, as the markets are in an upheaval. That said, check out these three contrarian ETFs for long-term returns.
One of the winning themes in the year ahead are bank stocks. That said, here are seven financial services ETFs to buy to ride that wave.
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.
This quarter has been an especially good one for Bank of America Corporation (NYSE:BAC).
As winter comes, bears are hibernating, giving way to a bull market. Want some evidence? Just look at the performance of small-cap stocks.
While none of the ETFs in our Best ETFs of 2019 contest have changed position, the performance gaps between some of them have intensified.
XLF won't win the 2019 InvestorPlace ETF contest, but it's matching the market. That's good given deflation and falling interest rates.
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