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WETF has an A for financial health and a PEG less than 1 on Morningstar, so it's one of my long picks.
ETFs may eventually eclipse mutual funds. WETF is s slowly increasing its small share of the market.
Wisdom Tree is growing fast and making money at it. They introduced the world to new types of ETFs.
The company reported earnings today and the market didn't like it, with the stock down over 5% in this session, and down about 20% since 2014 began.WETF benefits from a growing industry as more assets flow out of pricey mutual funds and into more transparent and cheaper investment options such as ETFs. The business generates revenue via fees as a percent of assets under management, so results are likely to be choppy and dependent upon market conditions as funds flow in and out of the WETF's products. But over time, the company should carve out a decent chunk of the ETF market and benefit from a long-term trend towards ETFs as an investment category.Long-term green thumb.
Unique ETF model
This is an asset manager, small cap, that only deals with the ETF market. A definite growing area!
I thinks stocks in general will be going down over the next year or so.
Continues to develop investment products the investors want.
ETF's seem to be easier to trade than Mutual funds in that they trade real time, like stocks, and not at close of day. WETF stands to benefit from the migration away from Mutual funds that have higher fees.
Wisdom Tree has a different philosophy in the way it weights their funds. Their philosophy sets them apart from the rest of the pack. They are also a very small company and have a lot of room to grow. Make me some money!
David's October MF pick
Tiny player in a huge industry, good management and fast growth
WETF seems to be in the early stages of its development and seems to be succesful thus far. And people seem to be moving away from mutual funds into ETFs like WETF. Barring any major development WETF seems to growing at a nice rate and should eventually become a nicely profitable company.
Disruptor and innovator in the etf field with lots of opportunities, not just in Japan. Taking advantage of the pullback from the highs.
It will pass it's 52 week high.
Long. Wisdom tree. Seems too pricey right off the bat, but grew revenues at 83% last quarter, so expand that for any decent time frame and this $1.5B market cap could end up being much much larger.
Owner: Brendan Matthews
the specialize in ETF's
gone too far too fast.
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