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9) and in some months was actually slightly above the broad-based index.
The Huatai-PineBridge CSI 300 ETF is the first cross-exchange product linking the Shanghai and Shenzhen Stock Exchanges, providing investors with exposure to a well diversified, broad-based index of stocks listed on both the Shanghai and Shenzhen Stock Exchanges.
Diak says his group's approach is somewhat different: "As we transition from mutual funds and individual stocks to [becoming] an ETF-focused shop, we're really focused [on] broad-based index funds to create the core for client portfolios," and have begun to add factor-investing, smart beta and low-volatility ETFs to create dividend and value-based holdings.
If a trader is looking at the market today, and believes that large caps and broad-based indices will rally in the short-term, using a Direxion Daily 3x leveraged ETF which tracks one of the positive movers, or the broad-based index itself, could be a fruitful short-term trade idea.
This book is an entertaining and informative guide that supports the development of a globally diversified portfolio consisting of multiple asset classes through the use of passively managed asset-class mutual funds, broad-based index funds, or their equivalent exchange-traded funds.
The indexes that provide the basis for the AlphaDEX funds start with a broad-based index and are enhanced through a proprietary methodology that ranks the stock using several factors.
Funds in the series directed toward those with a longer investment horizon, such as Vanguard Target Retirement 2050 Fund, provide investors with a portfolio of nearly 15,000 domestic and international securities represented by three broad-based index funds: Vanguard Total Stock Market Index Fund, Vanguard Total Bond Market II Index Fund, and Vanguard Total International Stock Index Fund*.
2The Morgan Stanley Capital International ("MSCI") EAFE (SM) Index is a broad-based index, widely used as a measure of stock market performance.
Each Fund combines a broad-based index portfolio with the sale of index call options, seeking to provide an efficient way to achieve steady cash flow.