IBUY - (Amplify Online Retail ETF)

IBUYのニュース

   A Hidden Gem Among Internet Retail ETFs  2020/08/25 17:51:01 Benzinga
Identifying this year's best-performing exchange-traded funds isn't difficult. It may be painting with broad strokes, but investors looking for the ETF cream of the crop in 2020 should examine thematic funds . Within that space, some of the best performers focus on e-commerce and online retail and not all of these high-fliers are dominated by Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN ). What Happened: In fact, not all of the best online retail ETFs are dedicated to domestic stocks. Take the case of the Amplify International Online Retail ETF (NYSE: XBUY ). XBUY, which is the international answer to the popular Amplify Online Retail ETF (NASDAQ: IBUY ), is higher by almost 43% year to date. XBUY, which debuted in January 2019, … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Online: The Right Place to Be With Retail ETFs  2020/08/14 15:26:22 ETF Trends
The Amplify Online Retail ETF (NasdaqGM: IBUY) confirms online is the place to be for investors considering retail equities. Over the past year, IBUY is higher by more than 78% while oldest retail exchange traded fund is up just 29.6%. IBUY has been a popular thematic play that targets global companies that generate at least […] The post Online: The Right Place to Be With Retail ETFs appeared first on ETF Trends .
   We spoke to 3 financial experts, who broke down why you should buy these 13 ETFs to maximize stock-market returns right now  2020/06/11 12:26:15 Business Insider
With the stock market climbing off multiyear lows, investors are seeking opportunities in a market that's confounded even the top Wall Street strategists. One way to gain diverse exposure to a basket of companies, rather than individual stocks, is to purchase exchange-traded funds. Business Insider interviewed three ETF experts to get their top picks for funds designed to play themes ranging from international equities, to healthcare, to video games and esports. Click here to sign up for our weekly newsletter Investing Insider . Click here for more BI Prime stories . US equity markets have recovered a large chunk of losses absorbed amid the coronavirus pandemic. That's largely due to the Federal Reserve's lowering of interest rates to near zero, as well as its continued commitment to mammoth quantitative easing efforts. Surprisingly positive economic data in recent days has also been a source of the optimism driving markets. As the rebound has played out, some experts have questioned whether the market is overvalued and have argued that the current risk-reward ratio is too high. "For me personally, it's an uncomfortable bet to continue to bet on a huge recovery," Allianz Chief Economic Advisor Mohamed El-Erian said on CNBC Monday morning, for instance.
   Amplify Online Retail ETF (IBUY) Hits New 52-Week High  2020/05/07 22:38:00 Zacks Investment Research
This Amplify Online Retail ETF has hit a new 52-week high. Are more gains in store?
   Online Retail ETF Becomes King of its Category  2020/01/15 15:49:01 ETF Trends
The Amplify Online Retail ETF (NasdaqGM: IBUY) is the first ETF dedicated to booming e-commerce space, but that’s not the only superlative tied to this fund. These days, IBUY is the largest retail ETF of any stripe, having recently surpassed the SPDR S&P Retail ETF (XRT) for supremacy in this category. As of Jan. 13, XRT, the oldest […] The post Online Retail ETF Becomes King of its Category appeared first on ETF Trends .
   We spoke to 3 financial experts, who broke down why you should buy these 13 ETFs to maximize stock-market returns right now  2020/06/11 12:26:15 Business Insider
With the stock market climbing off multiyear lows, investors are seeking opportunities in a market that's confounded even the top Wall Street strategists. One way to gain diverse exposure to a basket of companies, rather than individual stocks, is to purchase exchange-traded funds. Business Insider interviewed three ETF experts to get their top picks for funds designed to play themes ranging from international equities, to healthcare, to video games and esports. Click here to sign up for our weekly newsletter Investing Insider . Click here for more BI Prime stories . US equity markets have recovered a large chunk of losses absorbed amid the coronavirus pandemic. That's largely due to the Federal Reserve's lowering of interest rates to near zero, as well as its continued commitment to mammoth quantitative easing efforts. Surprisingly positive economic data in recent days has also been a source of the optimism driving markets. As the rebound has played out, some experts have questioned whether the market is overvalued and have argued that the current risk-reward ratio is too high. "For me personally, it's an uncomfortable bet to continue to bet on a huge recovery," Allianz Chief Economic Advisor Mohamed El-Erian said on CNBC Monday morning, for instance.
   Amplify Online Retail ETF (IBUY) Hits New 52-Week High  2020/05/07 22:38:00 Zacks Investment Research
This Amplify Online Retail ETF has hit a new 52-week high. Are more gains in store?
   Online Retail ETF Becomes King of its Category  2020/01/15 15:49:01 ETF Trends
The Amplify Online Retail ETF (NasdaqGM: IBUY) is the first ETF dedicated to booming e-commerce space, but that’s not the only superlative tied to this fund. These days, IBUY is the largest retail ETF of any stripe, having recently surpassed the SPDR S&P Retail ETF (XRT) for supremacy in this category. As of Jan. 13, XRT, the oldest […] The post Online Retail ETF Becomes King of its Category appeared first on ETF Trends .
   The Retail War Is Being Waged On The ETF Front, Too  2020/01/13 19:01:26 Benzinga
Following some recent, disappointing commentary about the holiday shopping season from some brick-and-mortar retailer coupled with buoyant Cyber Monday and other e-commerce data, investors are reminded that online retailers continue presenting significant competitive threats to the their physical rivals. This war is making its way to the world of exchange traded funds. As MarketWatch recently reported , the Amplify Online Retail ETF (NASDAQ: IBUY ), the first ETF dedicated to the online retail theme, is now slightly larger than the SPDR S&P Retail ETF (NYSE: XRT ). As of Jan. 9, IBUY had nearly $250 million in assets under management while XRT had $236 million and that's with investors having yanked almost $99 million from IBUY last year. Why It's Important Investors may have been hasty in departing IBUY last year as it gained 28.5%, more than double the 14.1% returned by XRT. … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   UBS says 4 areas will dominate the market throughout the 2020s as big tech's blockbuster decade comes to an end. Here's how to invest in each.  2019/12/13 19:31:04 Business Insider
Tech giants like Apple and Microsoft were kings of the stock market this decade. Now Mark Haefele — chief investment officer for UBS Global Wealth Management — is naming fields that could outperform in the 2020s the way big tech has in the 2010s. Haefele says stocks are his firm's top bet in coming years, even though they're on track for smaller gains over the next decade. But he's hardly bearish on tech, and says investments in 5G wireless technology, artificial intelligence, and big data are also likely to outperform. Click here for more BI Prime stories. Big tech conquered the world in the 2010s, and the FAANG stocks and their peers might be sorry to see the decade end. Mark Haefele — the chief investment officer for UBS Global Wealth Management — says a period of smaller stock gains is coming. And he's urging investors to incorporate new and more targeted ideas if they want to stay ahead in the 2020s. "Although returns are likely to be lower in the 2020s than the 2010s, we believe stocks are still likely to outperform other publicly listed asset classes," he said. "Large-cap technology stocks probably won't repeat their performance of the last decade, but other parts of the market do have the potential to deliver above-average growth." Haefele says these four trends have the potential to stand out the way tech did in the years ahead. (1) Sustainability Haefele says the growing attention to climate change and ways to mitigate or reverse it will result in opportunities to invest in new companies, new products, and green bonds.
   We spoke to 3 financial experts, who broke down why you should buy these 13 ETFs to maximize stock-market returns right now  2020/06/11 12:26:15 Business Insider
With the stock market climbing off multiyear lows, investors are seeking opportunities in a market that's confounded even the top Wall Street strategists. One way to gain diverse exposure to a basket of companies, rather than individual stocks, is to purchase exchange-traded funds. Business Insider interviewed three ETF experts to get their top picks for funds designed to play themes ranging from international equities, to healthcare, to video games and esports. Click here to sign up for our weekly newsletter Investing Insider . Click here for more BI Prime stories . US equity markets have recovered a large chunk of losses absorbed amid the coronavirus pandemic. That's largely due to the Federal Reserve's lowering of interest rates to near zero, as well as its continued commitment to mammoth quantitative easing efforts. Surprisingly positive economic data in recent days has also been a source of the optimism driving markets. As the rebound has played out, some experts have questioned whether the market is overvalued and have argued that the current risk-reward ratio is too high. "For me personally, it's an uncomfortable bet to continue to bet on a huge recovery," Allianz Chief Economic Advisor Mohamed El-Erian said on CNBC Monday morning, for instance.
   Amplify Online Retail ETF (IBUY) Hits New 52-Week High  2020/05/07 22:38:00 Zacks Investment Research
This Amplify Online Retail ETF has hit a new 52-week high. Are more gains in store?
   Online Retail ETF Becomes King of its Category  2020/01/15 15:49:01 ETF Trends
The Amplify Online Retail ETF (NasdaqGM: IBUY) is the first ETF dedicated to booming e-commerce space, but that’s not the only superlative tied to this fund. These days, IBUY is the largest retail ETF of any stripe, having recently surpassed the SPDR S&P Retail ETF (XRT) for supremacy in this category. As of Jan. 13, XRT, the oldest […] The post Online Retail ETF Becomes King of its Category appeared first on ETF Trends .
   The Retail War Is Being Waged On The ETF Front, Too  2020/01/13 19:01:26 Benzinga
Following some recent, disappointing commentary about the holiday shopping season from some brick-and-mortar retailer coupled with buoyant Cyber Monday and other e-commerce data, investors are reminded that online retailers continue presenting significant competitive threats to the their physical rivals. This war is making its way to the world of exchange traded funds. As MarketWatch recently reported , the Amplify Online Retail ETF (NASDAQ: IBUY ), the first ETF dedicated to the online retail theme, is now slightly larger than the SPDR S&P Retail ETF (NYSE: XRT ). As of Jan. 9, IBUY had nearly $250 million in assets under management while XRT had $236 million and that's with investors having yanked almost $99 million from IBUY last year. Why It's Important Investors may have been hasty in departing IBUY last year as it gained 28.5%, more than double the 14.1% returned by XRT. … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   UBS says 4 areas will dominate the market throughout the 2020s as big tech's blockbuster decade comes to an end. Here's how to invest in each.  2019/12/13 19:31:04 Business Insider
Tech giants like Apple and Microsoft were kings of the stock market this decade. Now Mark Haefele — chief investment officer for UBS Global Wealth Management — is naming fields that could outperform in the 2020s the way big tech has in the 2010s. Haefele says stocks are his firm's top bet in coming years, even though they're on track for smaller gains over the next decade. But he's hardly bearish on tech, and says investments in 5G wireless technology, artificial intelligence, and big data are also likely to outperform. Click here for more BI Prime stories. Big tech conquered the world in the 2010s, and the FAANG stocks and their peers might be sorry to see the decade end. Mark Haefele — the chief investment officer for UBS Global Wealth Management — says a period of smaller stock gains is coming. And he's urging investors to incorporate new and more targeted ideas if they want to stay ahead in the 2020s. "Although returns are likely to be lower in the 2020s than the 2010s, we believe stocks are still likely to outperform other publicly listed asset classes," he said. "Large-cap technology stocks probably won't repeat their performance of the last decade, but other parts of the market do have the potential to deliver above-average growth." Haefele says these four trends have the potential to stand out the way tech did in the years ahead. (1) Sustainability Haefele says the growing attention to climate change and ways to mitigate or reverse it will result in opportunities to invest in new companies, new products, and green bonds.

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