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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.
WETF 3rd Q had more than $31 B makes it the 5th largest ETF .Balloned 87% from eariler yr. Wisdom tree has 6 Q's of improved sequiential results last Q up 267% compared to former yr .They hold less undervaled stocks makes them less vulnerable to downturns
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.
Good strategy to set themselves and their funds apart.
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.
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