S&P 500 Info Tech Sector SPDR (XLK)
$88.37 0.67 (0.76%)
20:00 EST XLK Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $88.37
Market Cap 26.33B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 55.93M
Day's Range 84.06 - 89.21
52-Week Range 68.84 - 102.94
Dividend & Yield 0.97 (1.09%)
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Although tech stocks have been a choppy mess this year, President Trump unexpectedly gave the sector a lifeline.
February’s pullback seems to have broken the bullish spell that had enveloped Wall Street, and now investors have to start doing their homework again.
The best place to start is to see what sectors had sizzle to start with, which puts the spotlight on tech, financials and consumer discretionary.
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Take advantage of the best-performing group in the S&P 500 this year with these five best tech ETFs. Each fund promises outsized gains for the new year and beyond.
If economic data continue to look good, rising inflation levels could push interest rates higher through the end of the year.
We have highlighted two ultra-cheap, buy-ranked ETFs that provide broad exposure to the surging technology sector.
XLK stock has achieved impressive growth, but the XLK stock price could be peaking, so XLK investors should remain cautious.
Facebook shares popped up to new all-time highs after the earnings release but fell into the negative territory on a higher spending outlook.
Google parent company Alphabet reports impressive Q3 results.
Microsoft delighted investors with stellar fiscal first-quarter 2018 results on strong performance in its fast-growing cloud business.
As the FAANG rally cools off, tech ETFs having less exposure to big players seem excellent bets on bullish industry fundamentals.
If we go by history, the fourth quarter has often been kind to equities with the holiday months of November and December, when spending picks up.
In the stock market today, money flows into energy and financials as staples and utilities falter. Tech, for now, is still in good shape.