Posted on Mon 08 September 2014

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[ A Dividend ETF That Keeps Rising ] PFM also offers a decent 11.5% weight to the technology sector, one of the largest contributors to S&P 500 dividend growth in recent years. PFM also merits consideration as a dividend ETF to own if and when interest rates rise because the industrial, technology an consumer discretionary sectors combine for a third of the ETFs weight. Historically, those are the three best-performing sectors when rates rise. There are other important, interest rate-related considerations with PFM. Although its trailing 12-month yield of 1.76% is well below the yield on 10-year Treasuries, the ETFs yield implies safety, a lack of sensitivity of to rising rates and the ability of the funds components to continue growing dividends without threatening to alarmingly raise their payout ratios. Additionally, PFMs weight to the rate-sensitive telecom and utilities sectors is just 8.3% combined. Dividend growth, such as that offered by PFM, not only fosters added income and returns, but can also act as an inflation-fighting tool. http://www.etftrends.com/2014/09/a-dividend-etfs-quiet-ascent/

Bank Of Japan Plunge Protection Team Goes Into Overdrive, Buys Most ETFs Since 2010 | Zero Hedge

It http://www.nerdwallet.com/blog/banking/nerdwallets-top-high-yield-online-savings-accounts/ isnt unusual for companies seeking to go public to set an initial price range that proves to be below where the offering eventually prices, reports the Wall Street Journal , which broke the news of the Alibaba offering range. Alibaba is expected to commence its IPO roadshow in New York on Monday ...

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[ A Dividend ETF That Keeps Rising ] PFM also offers a decent 11.5% weight to the technology sector, one of the largest contributors to S&P 500 dividend growth in recent years. PFM also merits consideration as a dividend ETF to own if and when interest rates rise because the industrial, technology an consumer discretionary sectors combine for a third of the ETFs weight. Historically, those are the three best-performing sectors when rates rise. There are other important, interest rate-related considerations with PFM. Although its trailing 12-month yield of 1.76% is well below the yield on 10-year Treasuries, the ETFs yield implies safety, a lack of sensitivity of to rising rates and the ability of the funds components to continue growing dividends without threatening to alarmingly raise their payout ratios. Additionally, PFMs weight to the rate-sensitive telecom and utilities sectors is just 8.3% combined. Dividend growth, such as that offered by PFM, not only fosters added income and returns, but can also act as an inflation-fighting tool. http://www.etftrends.com/2014/09/a-dividend-etfs-quiet-ascent/

Bank Of Japan Plunge Protection Team Goes Into Overdrive, Buys Most ETFs Since 2010 | Zero Hedge

It http://www.nerdwallet.com/blog/banking/nerdwallets-top-high-yield-online-savings-accounts/ isnt unusual for companies seeking to go public to set an initial price range that proves to be below where the offering eventually prices, reports the Wall Street Journal , which broke the news of the Alibaba offering range. Alibaba is expected to commence its IPO roadshow in New York on Monday with an eye toward its New York Stock Exchange listing under the ticker BABA in reportedly less than two weeks. What is important for ETF to investors to remember is that Alibabas $160 billion valuation, roughly the current http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/economy/finance/finance-ministry-sets-up-panel-to-examine-unclaimed-deposits-in-ppf-bank-post-office-saving-schemes/articleshow/41637963.cms market capitalization of Amazon (NasdaqGS: AMZN), does not directly equate to a market value of $160 billion. [China Internet ETF Tops $100M in AUM] What will determine Alibabas market value is the number of shares it floats in the IPO along with subsequent market appreciation or, gasp, downside. A stocks market value is determined by multiplying current share price by shares outstanding. It is expected Alibaba will sell 320 million shares with the ability to add another 48 million shares if demand is robust. Assuming 368 million shares are sold at the higher end of the $60 to $66 range, Alibabas opening market value is expected to be about $24 billion. Ahern also points out that Japans Softbank owns 34% of Alibaba, Yahoo (NasdaqGS: YHOO) owns another 23% while founder Jack Ma controls 9%. According to an updated filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Ma will sell 10% of his stake in the IPO while Yahoo is expected to trim its Alibaba holdings by about 20%. While mostly speculative and far from an exact science at this point, it is possible to make educated guesses regarding Alibabas presence in KWEB and KYFP, both of which can add the stock after its eleventh trading day. Assuming shares of Alibaba double over the first 11 days, it would surpass JD.com (NasdaqGS: JD) as KWEBs third-largest holding, based on JDs $34.9 billion market cap at Fridays close. http://www.etftrends.com/2014/09/alibabas-valuation-is-out-what-it-means-for-etfs/

Alibaba’s Valuation is Out: What it Means for ETFs | ETF Trends

That's the BOJ's longest and largest consecutive buying streak since it started purchasing ETFs in December 2010. Many traders suspect that it may not be a coincidence that the central bank is scooping up ETFs at a time when both the Nikkei and the Topix are spending considerable amounts of time in negative territory. Speculation is rife that the BOJ is following an unwritten rule, called "the 1% rule" by traders, where it buys ETFs after the Topix index falls around 1% in the morning session. Thu, 08/14/2014 - 10:29 | 5092092 madbraz They are certainly doing something, it is no coincidence that we have reverse repos of $130 billion per day and every end of quarter it grows by $100 billion (last i checked it was something like $250 billion on June 30th), not to mention securities lending of $20 billion every day and God knows what else that they don't disclose because they don't have to... Thu, 08/14/2014 - 10:34 | 5092115 madbraz You put 2 and 2 together and you realize that maybe HFT and algos running the show is not a coincidence, that they didn't appear out of nowhere and regulation let them slip through the cracks. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-08-14/bank-japan-plunge-protection-team-goes-overdrive-buys-most-etfs-2010

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