Figure 1 ranks from best to worst all nine Consumer Staples ETFs and Figure 2 shows the five best and worst rated Consumer Staples mutual funds . Not all Consumer Staples sector ETFs and mutual funds are created the same. The number of holdings varies .
3 Consumer Staples Stocks with Strong Growth Prospects Zacks.com.
Kroger's last five ' best entry points' (green-starred below) launched from P/Es not much lower than today's. $23 - $24 doesn't appear expensive. KR carved out highs ranging from $32.50 to $42.80 during each of the calendar years since 2014, including.
With equity markets rewarding risk-taking this year, it is not surprising that some of the best -performing factor-based exchange-traded funds offer investors exposure to growth and momentum stocks. ... MSCI USA Momentum index rose 8 percent during the.
However, with some household-name stocks in soft drinks, consumer nondurables, and even adult beverages setting new highs, it pays to take a nibble. Let's start with the Consumer Staples Select Sector SPDR exchange-traded fund (ticker: XLP). While its .
Consumer Staples funds rank first for stock selection. Utilities funds rank last. Details on the Best & Worst mutual funds in each sector are here. Paralysis By Analysis We think the large number of Financials (or any other) sector mutual funds hurts.
In fact, before including consumer staples in its moniker, this fund was initially named “Fidelity Select Food & Agriculture Portfolio” and then changed its name to “Fidelity Select Leisure,” which are nicer ways of saying “Fidelity Select Sin.”.
Key Consumer Sector Insights for Week of August 7–11 Market Realist.
Long-term investors seeking to add portfolio defense in the form of consumer staples with the added benefit of dividend yields should turn to these three mutual funds. Vanguard Consumer Staples Index Fund (VCSAX) The Vanguard Consumer Staples Index Fund.
With equity markets rewarding risk-taking this year, it is not surprising that some of the best-performing factor-based exchange-traded funds offer investors exposure ... Both ETFs have no exposure to the consumer staples or energy sectors,” said Rosenbluth.
The smart money seems to be exiting "big tech" and going toward bank stocks and some consumer staples , hence the DJIA's recent outperformance vs. the Nasdaq after badly lagging since the election. Faithful readers will also know I spent 11 years as a .