News, Commentary & Events: FLV


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  • SPY Has Aged Well for 30 Despite So Many Grandkids

    ETF Database - 01/20/2023

    On Sunday, a select few of us in the ETF industry will be toasting the 30th anniversary of the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY A), the first U.S.-listed and still-largest ETF. However, millions of Americans will unknowingly be among the beneficiaries of the major milestone.  

  • 3 Themes to Watch in 2023’s Three-Year Mark ETFs

    ETF Database - 01/09/2023

    2023 marks the 30th anniversary of the U.S. ETF industry, and with the year just begun, it’s a good time to assess the 278 ETFs that are turning three years old, according to VettaFi. The three-year mark and track record is a coveted threshold for the strategies to prove their worth to investors, with three themes to watch for in 2023’s three-year mark ETFs.

  • ETFs That Aren't Issuing Cap Gains

    ETF Database - 11/22/2022

    It’s that time of year again, as firms start to share their estimated cap gain distributions for their ETFs. Investors may already be aware of ETFs’ flexibility in avoiding cap gains distributions thanks to their inherent tax efficiency and use of authorized participants, but it may be time to revisit which ETFs will go without distributions this year.

  • Prep for Medtronic's Earnings in FLV

    ETF Database - 11/21/2022

    Interested in the biotech and medical device stocks with the global medical devices market projected to hit $496 billion this year? You’re not alone. All eyes are on medical device company Medtronic (MDT) and its Q2 earnings report on Tuesday. MDT had a tough year, but could present an appealing buy-low opportunity in the right wrapper, like the non-transparent ETF, American Century Focused Large Cap Value ETF (FLV B).

  • Non-Transparent ETFs for Tax Loss Harvesting  

    ETF Database - 11/14/2022

    Investors are hungry for tax loss harvesting opportunities as the 60/40 portfolio has taken hit after hit. With non-transparent strategies seeing a jump in performance over the last month, here are three non-transparent, tax loss harvesting ETFs that could make for exciting plays as the year winds down.

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