S&P 500 Cons Staples Sector SPDR (XLP)
$63.31 0.78 (1.25%)
19:59 EDT XLP Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $63.31
Market Cap 9.20B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 7.42M
Day's Range 62.33 - 63.33
52-Week Range 47.66 - 64.84
Dividend & Yield 1.50 (2.37%)
XLP Stock Predictions, Articles, and S&P 500 Cons Staples Sector SPDR News
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The landscape for best ETFs in 2020 has changed after the novel coronavirus pandemic with technology and cloud companies leading the bunch.
XLP's holdings enable you to participate in market upside while minimizing downside potential, which makes it one of the best ETFs this year.
One great way to gauge sentiment is through relative strength charts. Let's see what the XLY and XLP can show us.
It's difficult to find the ETFs to buy amidst a crisis such as the coronavirus outbreak. But some investment themes are more conducive to a comeback than others.
Looking at which sectors in the S&P 500 are outperforming and the broader market right now shows us that we are in a normal contraction.
For those seeking downside protection, while still participating in market upswings, XLP is one of the best ETFs to consider now.
Looking at the IWM and XLP shows that investors are taking on new risk, but in safe sectors. We think a cautious approach is best.
The S&P 500 is climbing higher and higher, but specific high dividend-yielding stocks are driving those big gains.
Choosing the best ETF in 2020 won't be easy, but many of these funds stand a chance at being among the best ETFs to buy for next year.
Consumers won't slow their spending in 2020; they'll just be more selective. This environment should make XLP one of the best ETFs to buy.
Two of our favorite relative-strength charts are telling us that the markets are being powered by a broad bullish sentiment.
As winter comes, bears are hibernating, giving way to a bull market. Want some evidence? Just look at the performance of small-cap stocks.
This is the perfect time for another covered call on The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE:KO).
The classic equity sectors to hunt for yield have been defense, consumer staples, and utilities. Dividend stocks with huge yields can be found in the unloved energy sector as well. ET, DCP, and BP are the three high-yielding names to buy.
Economic growth is slowing, and these are some of the best ETFs for investors to consider for this shift of mode.
Certain price levels in the S&P 500 sector SPDRs are more important than others, and an awareness of this can lead to profitable trading.
Consumer staple stocks are lagging, so there is an opportunity for a catch-up trade this year. And each of these consumer stocks has a strong defense.
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