S&P Midcap Low Vol Invesco ETF (XMLV)
$41.93 0.46 (1.09%)
20:00 EDT XMLV Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $41.93
Market Cap 1.20B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 324,000
Day's Range 41.62 - 42.46
52-Week Range 31.91 - 55.58
Dividend & Yield 1.11 (2.65%)
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Many investors think the best ETFs for going conservative are fixed-income funds, but nervous investors can find safety in multiple asset classes.
Mid-cap stocks can do wonders for your returns. And using these three mid-cap ETFs are some of the best ways to do just that.
While the number of dedicated mid-cap dividend ETFs remains small, mid caps' have, in recent years, been displaying solid dividend growth.
When stocks are going wild, it helps to have a more stable fallback. With that in mind, let's have a look at three of the best ETFs to own if stocks go haywire.
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