U.S. stocks endured the first weekly loss in six weeks. Gold continued to careen while the U.S. dollar continued to impress.
Those issues loomed large this week, but there was more. Much, much more. Alibaba had its initial public offering road show and has ceased taking orders for that widely anticipated IPO. The U.S. and Europe bolstered economic sanctions and Apple (NasdaqGS: AAPL) unveiled a new iPhone, a watch and a new mobile payments platform.
With that, we turn to the biggest ETF stories of the week.
Broad Market/Sector ETFs
A quiet rise for an old dividend ETF. [The Quiet Rally of a Familiar Dividend ETF]
Miners ETFs keep cash even as gold funds falter. For how long is the question. [Investors Stick by Miners ETFs as Gold Falls]
Don’t forget to mind your ETF’s Apple weight.
Top sector ETFs ideas for a rising rate environment. [Rising Rates Defense With Sector ETFs]
A profitable marriage of dividends and quality under the umbrella of one ETF.
IPO ETF gets a pre-Alibaba IPO lift. [IPO ETF Awaits Alibaba]
Obamacare isn’t derailing this health care ETF.