+ Watch WETF
on My Watchlist
WETF provides the small investor the opportunity to purchase a broad spectrum of ETF's vs. having to pick/choose from the expanding offerings in the ETF industry.
With some attention coming back to "Owning" stocks and the inherent fear of risk, ETFs and WETF especially provide a happy future picture regardless of Sequester BS or PS (Public Squander).
way to much to fast recently
Debt-free, now profitable company in a growing disruptive sector. The AUM is regularly updated on the website, which makes calculating revenue simple. Bought in a $8.34 last year and am looking to add to my position while it's down 20%.
caps.fool.com/player/trackgoldmansach.aspx+Earnings guidance = A+Business Summary: WisdomTree Investments, Inc., is an ETF sponsor in the United States. The Company's family of ETFs includes both fundamentally weighted funds that track its own indexes, and actively managed funds. It distribute its ETFs through all major channels within the asset management industry, including brokerage firms, registered investment advisors, institutional investors, private wealth managers and discount brokers. The Company focuses on creating innovative and thoughtful ETFs for investors. Its index-based funds employ a fundamental weighted investment methodology, which weights securities on the basis of factors such as dividends or earnings, whereas most other ETF indexes use a capitalization weighted methodology. In addition, it is one of a small number of ETF sponsors that have received the necessary exemptive relief from the SEC to offer actively managed ETFs, which are ETFs that are not based on a particular index but rather are actively managed with complete transparency into the ETF's portfolio on a daily basis. It competes directly with other ETF sponsors and mutual fund companies and indirectly against other investment management firms, insurance companies, banks, brokerage firms and other financial institutions that offer products that have similar features and investment objectives to those offered by the Company. The investment management industry is subject to extensive regulation and virtually all aspects of its business are subject to various federal and state laws and regulations.*The followings excerpt, from the business summary above, highlights what appears to be a narrow Regulatory Moat:..."it is one of a small number of ETF sponsors that have received the necessary exemptive relief from the SEC to offer actively managed ETFs, which are ETFs that are not based on a particular index but rather are actively managed with complete transparency into the ETF's portfolio on a daily basis." ...1) How many is: "a small number of ETF sponsors"?2) Who are the other: ".. ETF sponsors that have received the necessary exemptive relief from the SEC ..."?3) What advantage, if any, does WETF enjoy over other ETF sponsors with the same favorable treatment from the SEC?4) What other Moat does WETF enjoy?
at $6.15 I'll take a swing at it.
Company with top shelf products just awaiting investors to realize that the growth is in the emerging markets not in the debt laden western markets/ japan. This is a long term trend that I look forward to profiting from as investors pile back in to these top prerforming ETFs.
As personal investing becomes more accessible to the average Joe, WETF is well-positioned to offer a relevant product.
About time for a bounce back. I am not convinced that this is a 5+ year stock.
Reviewing the fundamental financials I find that this ETF is slipping. Also the executives and directors are voting themselves more riches. Go Figure!
Seems like the trend.. capitalize on a quick turn society..
I've started reading a lot of passive investing books and articles (Jack Bogle's "Little Book of Common Sense Investing", "The Investment Answer" by Goldie and Murray, David Swensen, and Jeremy Siegel).What I've learned is that value investing, though more difficult now, is not dead. Diversifying one's asset allocation is good. And, owning the whole stock market or close to it is the only way to ensure "your fair share of profits" (Jack Bogle). According to recent evidence (going back 20-40 years), Joel Greenblatt, Siegel ,and Goldie and Murray show that it's ideal to invest in more small cap and value-oriented stocks. Because Wisdom Tree's value-oriented indexes and ETFs give more weight to value (of course!) and small cap stocks, this stock pick will be a winner for a long, long time.To Bogle and Swensen, although value-weighted indexes/ETFS may be new, so too were market cap-weighted indexes 30-40 years ago. Yes, evidence more evidence need to be considered before advocating value-weighted funds to the masses. But, we are stock pickers here. And this is a damn good stock.
Because Tom says so. And I'm going with his expert advice!
This is one of my efforts at diversifying. I own BerkHathB, Peb, and this
ETFs are the future of mutual funds.
enormous growth of AUM due to investor reinvestment of wealth from recent global asset market gains.
All the ducks are lining up in a row for this...right time, right place, right ideas!
A rapid grower in a rapidly growing industryLikely to increase market shareFinancially soundClose to reporting GAAP positive earningsThe only pure ETF play33%-owned by Michael Steinhardt a proven, successful, no nonsense money makerAn attractive takeover candidate
I am in. 104 percent growth rate. This sounds a little risky so I will add a little slice of my portfolio to it. I have had good success with TMF recommendations of seven dollar stocks. First, was Nuance and the Second was Loop. I loved them both and since I am no longer an owner of either of them. I feel the need to own this seven dollar stock and see if history can repeat itself. Plus, I like the fact that as the market does better people will come back to the market and this will drive Wetf's bottom line. Lets go!!! See you in a couple years. I am now a buyer on any dips
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