Buying into a gold ETF is one of our top recommendations for 2016, as Money Morning experts remain extremely bullish on gold prices.
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- Buy This Small-Cap ETF for Market-Beating Gains in 2015
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- The 3 Best ETFs to Own for 2015
- The Best Biotech ETF to Buy in 2015
- The Best Nasdaq ETF to Buy Today
- A Technology ETF List for Investors Today
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- Why Our ETF Trading Strategy for 2015 Includes This Top Tech Pick
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Small-cap stocks are handily outperforming the larger markets year to date.
The trend is expected to continue as sustained strength in the U.S. dollar weighs on multinationals.
Many Wall Street predictions show tepid returns across all markets for the rest of 2015, so we're recommending a tech investment for the rest of the year.
The play is the SPDR Technology ETF (NYSE Arca: XLK). It's a great stock to buy because it offers a profit play on the entire tech sector.
Two top pharmaceutical companies announced a merger this morning, continuing 2015's massive run of M&A activity.
Botox maker Allergan Plc. (NYSE: AGN) announced today that it will purchase Kythera Biopharmaceuticals Inc. (Nasdaq: KYTH) for $2.1 billion. That values KYTH shares at $75 each - 24% higher than Tuesday's closing price.
ETF investing is a great way to profit from a booming industry, without the risk of buying into a specific stock.
That's why we've compiled the list of the three best ETFs to own for 2015.
Biotech stocks have seriously outperformed the markets in 2015, and our favorite biotech ETF has been one of the biggest winners.
In the last year, the Nasdaq Biotechnology Index has soared 48.3%. The Dow and S&P 500 are up just 7.3% and 8.6% in that time.
It's a good idea for investors to have a solid Nasdaq ETF (exchange-traded fund) as a core holding. For one reason, the Nasdaq Composite Index is having quite a year.
Our favorite Nasdaq ETF is up nearly 7% this year - and the Dow is down so far.
Choosing the right exchange-traded fund for you means searching through a long ETF list of candidates - which is why we cut down the list to three solid picks for you today.
It's a great time to make a pick from this technology ETF list. The Nasdaq is up 6.2% in 2015, which the Dow is up only about 1.3%.
The best ETFs in tech give investors a quick, easy way to collect a piece of tech's billion-dollar profits.
These tech ETFs are a safe way to make money now.
What is an ETF? The short answer is that it's a security that trades like a stock, has the diversification of a fund, and is tax-friendly.
The first ETF debuted in January 1993 when the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust was launched. Since then, ETFs have increased in popularity. Today, there are more than 1,600 ETFs, with an ETF for nearly every sector and investment strategy.
On Sunday, CBS's "60 Minutes" examined the Sony hack from November 2014. The segment detailed just how ill-prepared most Americans and corporations are for cyberattacks.
The interviews also underscored one of our favorite ETF trading trends of 2014: cybersecurity ETFs.
"The money spent on cyber defense represents one of the highest profit potentials of anything I've encountered," Money Morning's Small-Cap Investing Specialist Sid Riggs said. "And the growth numbers spotlight not just one company but an entire sector that will have the wind at its back for the rest of our investing lifetimes."
The potential of solar power has been touted for years, yet it has always come with major limitations. The costs of producing solar power have outweighed the benefits for many power companies.
But that's changing. Solar power has reached a tipping point, and it's creating a massive profit opportunity for one solar ETF.
"Despite the odds, alternative energy - led by solar power - is rapidly approaching what the industry has always considered to be the "Holy Grail,'" Money Morning's Global Energy Strategist Dr. Kent Moors said.
Small-cap stocks are soaring above the broader market right now, and you can capture those gains now with a small-cap ETF (exchange-traded fund).
Over the last five months, the Russell 2000 has gained 20%. In the same time, the Dow has gained just 9.6%. The S&P 500 is up 10.5% in that time.
And the hot streak isn't over for small-cap stocks, according to Money Morning's Small-Cap Investing Specialist Sid Riggs.
Natural gas prices have dipped in 2015. They're trading at $2.71 per million BTUs as of March 3, for a drop of more than 22% from their December price of $3.50 per million BTUs.
But Money Morning's Global Energy Strategist Dr. Kent Moors says prices are headed higher in 2015.
That's why we're recommending a natural gas ETF today. It tracks natural gas futures, which gives it a double-digit profit potential when prices are climbing. Now that prices are low, it's the perfect time to buy.
Best ETFs to Own for 2015: Each week our experts dish out the latest profit plays and asset-protection moves for our Money Morning Members - all for free.
Today we want to do something. Rather than provide a roundup of last week's stock picks, we're going to focus on 10 exchange-traded funds (ETFs) our experts like right now.
They are among the best low-cost ways for you to profit from next year's top trends.
"The great thing about ETFs is that you get a lot of potential upside while also greatly diversifying away your risk," Money Morning Defense & Tech Specialist Michael A. Robinson, a 30-year tech market veteran, said Dec. 11.