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Forget Earnings Slowdown, Bet On Revenue-Weighted ETFs
Article By: Sweta Killa Saturday, January 26, 2019 5:47 PM EDT
Revenue-weighted ETFs outperformed their earnings counterparts over both the short and long-term periods, proving the credibility of the superior-weighting methodology. This is because revenues are a better indicator of a company’s financial health.
In this article: RWL, ESGL, RWW, AMCA
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Wanna Outdo The Market? Reweight It
Article By: Brad Zigler Thursday, November 30, 2017 5:40 PM EDT
There’s been a whole lot of noise made about strategic or smart beta in the past few years. Strategic beta represents a sort of middle ground ‘tween passive and active investing and seems a perfect niche for exchange-traded funds.
In this article: RSP, SPY, RWL
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Earnings Or Revenue-Weighted ETFs: Q3 Winners
Article By: Zacks Investment Research Sunday, November 19, 2017 1:58 PM EDT
Large-caps are having an upper hand over the smaller ones, be it for revenues or earnings. Buoyancy in the global economy, a still-subdued dollar and hopes of tax cuts have made this trend possible.
In this article: EES, EPS, EZM, RWJ, RWK, RWL
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Tap Q3 Growth With Revenue-Weighted ETFs
Article By: Sweta Killa Tuesday, October 10, 2017 9:28 PM EDT
The overall Q3 earnings picture for the S&P 500 looks weak with projected earnings growth of 2.3% after double-digit growth in each of the first two quarters of the year.
In this article: RWL, RWW, ESGL, AMCA Also: WMT
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Earnings Vs. Revenue Weighted ETFs
Article By: Zacks Investment Research Sunday, September 11, 2016 6:09 PM EDT
Let’s take a look at which ETFs, earnings-weighted or revenue-weighted, grabbed the spotlight in the Q2 earnings season.
In this article: EES, EPS, EZM, RWJ, RWK, RWL
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Revenue Growers In A Late-Stage Stock Bull
Article By: Gary Gordon Tuesday, June 23, 2015 2:30 PM EDT
Few market participants care about the so-called fundamentals in late-state bull markets. Indeed, traditional metrics of stock valuation simply don’t matter (until they do) and complacency reigns supreme (until it does not).
In this article: SPX, RWL Also: CSJ, SHM
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