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(Bloomberg) — Not so long ago, actively managed ETFs were rare. Now they’re being created at twice the rate of their passive rivals.Inspired by the success of Cathie Wood’s ARK Innovation ETF (ticker ARKK), exchange-traded fund issuers have this year launched 115 active products versus just 51 passive funds, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.That’s the first time active launches have ever outstripped passive, and it’s powering the $6.5 trillion ETF market toward its busiest 12 months on r
Fed policymakers surprised a lot of investors on Wednesday by signaling that tapering and interest-rate hikes are finally on the way. Investors sat up and noticed because “taking away the punch bowl” has doomed many a growth cycle. The Fed policy shift confirms we are moving toward the middle of the economic cycle from the early stage where rip-roaring growth is the norm – which benefits more speculative stocks.
Buy low and sell high, we’ve all heard it before. For stock investors, if means finding an optimal combination of low point of entry and return potential. The trick is finding low-cost stocks that are fundamentally sound; share price always drops low for a reason, so you need to find stocks that are low for reasons that won’t press it down further. Among the stocks that are getting the thumbs up are three that show a strongly attractive profile for retail investors: an initial price below $10 pe
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