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Capturing Growth In International Ecommerce: XBUY Vs. EMQQ

Ecommerce and the disruption of retail is a theme that is not going away, and some of the fastest growing companies and markets are located outside the U.S. ETFs are a nice vehicle to give U.S. investors access to many of these foreign ecommerce companies, not easily accessible on an individual share basis.

Capturing Growth In International Ecommerce: XBUY Vs. EMQQ2021-07-22T19:42:15+00:00

EQM Indexes Market Commentary – July 12, 2021

Most major U.S. stock indices closed out the quarter at or near record highs, following a tech-powered growth spurt in June.  Investors have been rotating back into many of the favorite tech names that rose during the pandemic as inflation fears are easing, valuations are less rich, and low bond yields have folks hunting for higher returns. 

EQM Indexes Market Commentary – July 12, 20212021-07-26T22:56:02+00:00

ESG ETFs: Helping the long-term shift to net zero emissions

The speakers at the event were Gabriella Herculano, CEO and founder of iClima Earth, Stephen Derkash, head of global products and ESG at EQM Indexes, Sam Dickens, portfolio manager at IG Group and Nicholas Mersch, portfolio manager at Purpose Investments

ESG ETFs: Helping the long-term shift to net zero emissions2021-07-27T21:26:02+00:00

XOUT: Tilted On Disruption, Not Growth Or Value

Thanks to a confluence of factors, Value stocks have significantly outpaced their Growth peers year-to-date, with the Russell 1000 Value up 16.3% versus 11.2% for the year. But the performance gap between Value and Growth has been closing since its 10.3% spread at the end of the first quarter of 2021.

XOUT: Tilted On Disruption, Not Growth Or Value2021-07-22T19:57:56+00:00

EQM Indexes Market Commentary – June 21, 2021

The Fed rattled markets with surprisingly hawkish comments after their June policy meeting last week, talking about earlier-than-expected rate hikes. Large caps held up better than small caps, and growth stocks outpaced value names thanks to sell-off in energy and financial names.

EQM Indexes Market Commentary – June 21, 20212021-07-26T22:51:11+00:00

EQM Indexes Market Commentary – June 14, 2021

Falling treasury yields helped boost growth stocks last week, pushing the S&P 500 Index to a record closing high. While headline inflation rose 5% year-over-year in May, the fastest pace since 2008, with a 3.8% rise in core CPI (excluding food and energy), the Fed remained dismissive of the data attributing it to temporary factors that will soon abate.

EQM Indexes Market Commentary – June 14, 20212021-07-26T22:48:53+00:00
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