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Profit-taking pressures have begun to creep onto Wall Street as earnings euphoria has bolstered major equity indexes to all-time highs, prompting many to lock-in gains ahead of the next potential pullback. Amid the strong bull market, industry juggernaut WisdomTree is expanding its suite of offerings with a targeted fund that should appeal to investors who have been eagerly looking to participate in Wall Street’s rally. The new WisdomTree U.S. SmallCap Dividend Growth Fund (DGRS) will look to take advantage of the markets’ growing optimism as it targets arguably the most volatile corner of the domestic market: small cap stocks, with a twist [Download 101 ETF Lessons Every Financial Advisor Should Learn].  [click to continue…]

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With the Dow Jones yet again reaching record heights this week, Wall Street is enjoying a strong bull run with no end in sight. Issuers and investors continue the push to get into the market, some even for the first time alone. WisdomTree is looking to capitalize on the security in dividends, while Ranger Alternative Management files papers for their first independent funds to make their way to market, hopefully before this bull run ends [see ETF Database Launch Center].

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Better late than never. E*TRADE, the online brokerage that is perhaps best known for its commercials starring infant trading whizzes, has begun offering commission free trading on a lineup of exchange-traded funds. ETFs issued by Global X, WisdomTree, and db-X (Deutsche Bank) will be eligible for commission free trading on the E*Trade platform. That lineup […]

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WisdomTree completed a number of previously announced changes to its ETF lineup this week, making minor changes to seven of the company’s equity funds. Four ETFs received new tickers as a result of the overhaul:

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Examining International Dividend ETFs

by on October 19, 2010 | Updated November 8, 2012

With interest rates at record lows and expected to remain depressed for the foreseeable future, investors have been forced to get creative in their hunt for current return. Some have shifted domestic fixed income holdings along the risk/return continuum, seeking out more attractive yields from junk bonds. Others have ventured beyond the U.S. borders, embracing […]

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