iShares FTSE NAREIT Retail Index Fund ETFFund
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- Assets $10.8M
- Expense Ratio 0.48%
- Yield 2.99%
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US Equity ETF
iShares Retail Real Estate Capped ETF is an exchange-traded fund incorporated in the USA. The ETF seeks investment results that correspond to the FTSE NAREIT Retail Capped Index.
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12-04-2013 07:30 AM by Tom Lydon
In recent years, inverse and leveraged exchange traded funds have spent ample time in the spotlight . Investors enjoy the idea of potential returns that are two or three times those of plain vanilla ETFs, but leveraged ETFs are not buy-and-hold instruments. Rather, these pr...
07-01-2013 05:00 PM by Tom Lydon
Real estate investment trusts and related exchange traded funds were pressured during the Fed "tapering" scare. Nevertheless, a diversified REIT fund helps long-term investors generate stable yields. Instead of trying to time the exact bottom in a REIT stock, a person can buil...
09-21-2012 03:33 PM by Tom Lydon
The demand for yield is stronger than ever, evidenced by investors searching every corner of the market for income. The relatively higher yield generated by real estate investment trusts has been popular with retail investors piling into focused exchange traded funds. "We beli...
08-03-2012 06:00 AM by Tom Lydon
Equity exchange traded funds have proven that they are worth investors assets amid the flight into safe havens such as bonds. The S&P 500 returned 11% throughout 2012, according to S&P Capital. "Over long periods of time, stocks tend to outperform bonds but with greate...
04-27-2012 06:00 AM by Tom Lydon
Investors are wary of real estate investment trusts since they crashed along with the market 2008 and failed to deliver their much-hyped diversification benefits. However, a desire for income and dividends could bring investors back to this beaten-down sector and REIT ETFs. Wi...
03-23-2012 09:00 AM by Tom Lydon
Retail real estate investment trusts and related exchange traded funds will provide investors with attractive dividends as the economy improves and retail sales grow, say S&P analysts. S&P Capital IQ holds a "Marketweight" ranking on the iShares FTSE NAREIT Retail Inde...
02-22-2012 04:15 PM by Tom Lydon
Exchange traded fund investors have piled into dividend-generating investments after a year of high market volatility and low fixed-income yields, but there are other options available. For instance, real estate investment trusts, or REITs, also offer decent income streams. RE...
09-15-2010 01:00 PM by Tom Lydon
Exchange traded fund (ETF) investors may tick off a list of well-known and heavily traded big-name ETFs, but there are plenty of smaller ETFs that have been doing quite well, too. Here are a few small ETFs with $50 million or less in assets that have performed well over the last ...
06-23-2010 06:00 AM by Tom Lydon
Even as the real estate market continues to get beat up and property values sink, real estate investment trust exchange traded funds (ETFs) continue to pull their weight in the markets over the last year. One way to explain this interesting phenomenon is that many REITs have b...
02-16-2010 10:00 AM by Tom Lydon
A positive batch of corporate earnings and improvements in manufacturing have markets and exchange traded funds (ETFs) moving higher this morning. Commodities are also benefiting, thanks to a softened dollar and a stronger euro. The Greek government has one month to prove the...
02-18-2009 12:00 PM by Tom Lydon
During this crazy bear market and market meltdown, optimistic investors have been turning to dividend-rich exchange traded funds (ETFs) to answer their prayers. But what if the funds have lost more than what they yield? What's the point of them then? One reader of ours wonders: ...
02-04-2009 03:00 PM by Tom Lydon
As the market continues to fluctuate and fails to make up any of the ground that it lost in 2008, investors are seeking all and any options that generate extra cash including some real estate stocks and real estate exchange traded funds (ETFs) that yield double digit dividends. ...
08-26-2008 10:00 AM by Tom Lydon
The residential housing market has deteriorated sharply this year, and Wall Street had banked on the commercial real estate loans, investments and exchange traded funds (ETFs) keeping their ground. Recently, bankers have reason to believe that the overall commercial property m...
Number of Holdings: 35
|21.9%||SPG||Simon Property Group...||Financials||51609700000||United States|
|6.2%||GGP||General Growth Prope...||Financials||20851660000||United States|
|6.1%||ARCP||American Realty Capi...||Financials||11277360000||United States|
|5.2%||O||Realty Income Corp||Financials||9794370000||United States|
|4.9%||KIM||Kimco Realty Corp||Financials||9390280000||United States|
|4.4%||MAC||Macerich Co/The||Financials||9320880000||United States|
|4.4%||FRT||Federal Realty Inves...||Financials||8156680000||United States|
|4.3%||DDR||DDR Corp||Financials||6322410000||United States|
|4.1%||REG||Regency Centers Corp||Financials||5075440000||United States|
|3.9%||TCO||Taubman Centers Inc||Financials||4823160000||United States|
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