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The PowerShares Fundamental Pure Large Value Portfolio (Fund) is based on the RAFI® Fundamental Large Value Index (Index). The Fund will invest at least 90% of its total assets in the securities that comprise the Index. The Index is comprised of common stocks of "large value" U.S. companies, including real estate investment trusts (REITs), from a universe comprised of the 2,500 largest U.S. companies.
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Thursday, Dec 124:26 PMPowerShares declares cap gains distributions on 7 ETFs
Thursday, Dec 124:26 PM| Comment!
- Invesco's (IVZ) PowerShares Capital Management expects to deliver zero long-term capital gains distributions across 108 of 115 equity and fixed-income ETFs for 2013.
- The seven ETFs expected to make distributions represent less than 1% of total franchise assets. "We are proud of our product line’s tax efficient track record," says Dan Draper, managing director of global ETFs.
- The seven: KBW Property & Casualty Insurance Portfolio (KBWP), S&P 500 BuyWrite Portfolio (PBP), Fundamental Investment Grade Corporate Bond Portfolio (PFIG), S&P SmallCap Financials Portfolio (PSCF), Fundamental Pure Large Growth Portfolio (PXLG), Fundamental Pure Large Value Portfolio (PXLV), S&P 500 High Dividend Portfolio (SPHD).
- The ex-date is expected to be December 24, the record date Dec. 27, and the payable date Dec. 31.
- Press release
Wednesday, Dec 1112:08 PMBlackRock: Stay nimble
Wednesday, Dec 1112:08 PM| 2 Comments
- "2014 is the year to squeeze more juice out of risk assets. But investors should be ready to discard the fruit when it starts running dry," says BlackRock's Ewen Cameron Watt in the firm's 2014 Investment Outlook. "Beware of traffic jams: easy to get into, hard to get out of."
- Behind the view is the idea central banks (U.S., U.K, Canada, China, to name a few) are poised to begin tightening monetary policy.
- BlackRock doesn't believe stocks are yet in a bubble, but its "risk indicator" - measuring enterprise value against earnings adjusted for volatility - is nearly as high as just before the dotcom bust. "The ratio of the two is the key. High valuations combined with low volatility can make for a lethal mix. This market gauge sounded the alarm well before the Great Financial Crisis."
- Broad large-cap ETFs: PRF, VUG, VTV, SDOG, VV, SCHX, MGK, DEF, SCHG, SCHV, PWV, FLAG, MGV, DOD, JKD, FEX, EQL, IWY, EZY, JKE, PWB, IWX, FTC, JKF, EEH, SPXH, TRSK, SFK, FWDD, PXLC, ALTL, PXLV, GVT, RWG, FNDX, PXLG, IELG
Friday, Dec 61:13 PMLast bear standing no more. Hendry explains.
Friday, Dec 61:13 PM| 2 Comments
- "The great peril is not that the Fed finally tightens monetary policy and US stock prices suddenly tumble from what are very obviously overpriced levels," writes Hugh Hendry in his December letter, explaining his new-found bullishness. "The greater peril is that the current backdrop will turn out to mark a rapid acceleration in the ongoing move to the upside."
- In a highly entertaining essay drawing inspiration from the classic Bob Ryan character who popped up on HBO's Entourage for a couple of episodes, Hendry notes the eerie comparison to the markets of 1928, 1982, and 1998 - all ended badly, yes, but participants made plenty of money during the boom phase.
- "Just be long. Pretty much anything."
- Broad large-cap ETFs: PRF, PKW, VUG, VTV, SDOG, VV, SCHX, MGK, DEF, SCHG, SCHV, PWV, FLAG, MGV, DOD, JKD, FEX, EQL, IWY, EZY, JKE, PWB, IWX, FTC, JKF, EEH, SPXH, TRSK, SFK, PXLC, FWDD, PXLV, ALTL, GVT, RWG, FNDX, PXLG, IELG
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