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Tuesday Talk: What Side, Upside?
Article By: TalkMarkets DailyTalk
Tuesday, June 21, 2022 5:39 AM EDT
As US markets return from the Juneteenth holiday, investors are keen to see if Friday's "rebound" will continue on Tuesday.
In this article: USMV, GLD, TLT, VIG Also: QQQ, DIA, IWM, SPX, VIX
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5 Safe ETFs To Play Amid Recession Fears
Article By: Sweta Killa
Tuesday, June 21, 2022 2:10 AM EDT
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, tightening monetary policy and surging commodity prices have been weighing on investors’ sentiment. Given the myriad of woes, investors should stash their cash in ETFs of some safe investing zones.
In this article: USMV, BTAL, GLD, TLT, VIG
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Tap Dividend Aristocrat ETFs Amid Current Market Upheavals
Article By: Zacks Investment Research
Saturday, June 11, 2022 10:17 AM EDT
‘Dividend aristocrats’ or ‘dividend growers’ are mostly deemed the smartest way to deal with market turmoil.
In this article: DVY, SDY, VIG, NOBL, DGRO
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ETF Battles: Which Dividend/Value ETF Is Superior? Watch VIG Vs. NOBL Vs. VTV
Video By: Ron DeLegge
Friday, April 22, 2022 12:59 PM EDT
In this episode of ETF Battles, I referee an audience-requested contest between three dividend/value ETFs. Who wins the battle?
In this video: VIG, VTV, NOBL
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Thoughts For Thursday: Neopredelennost Ta Treamtinnya - Volatility And Jitter
Article By: TalkMarkets DailyTalk
Thursday, March 31, 2022 8:20 AM EDT
In Russian and Ukrainian, in that order. Lack of progress toward ending the war in Ukraine brought continued volatility and caused the stock market to jitter downwards, yesterday.
In this article: SPYG, VIG, XLU, QUAL, IHF Also: BRK-B, SPYV, RSP, VDC, VTV, SPX
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ETF Battles: NOBL vs. VIG - Which Dividend Growth ETF is Superior?
Kurt Benson 8/25/2020 7:17:22 AM

I like $VIG but$NOBL has too high of an expense ratio and you can just look up the stocks in the ETFs and buy two from each sector. Just my opinion. I would be interested to hear what others think.

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