Retail Spending

Explore new ways to invest in retail spending by trading baskets of stocks reflecting companies producing and marketing consumer staples. Popular industries within this category include restaurants, e-commerce and consumer retailers.

Professional Motifs

Each professionally built motif is carefully built and weighted to thematic exposure.
Healthy and Tasty

Healthy and Tasty

4.4% 1 MO RTN
Many Americans are back on a health-food kick, but now taste is definitely on the menu.
World of Sports

World of Sports

2.9% 1 MO RTN
The focus on fitness has paid off for many consumers and reaped benefits for sporting equipment manufacturers.
Casino Gambling

Casino Gambling

2.4% 1 MO RTN
Gambling is growing--both domestically and internationally. What are the odds it will continue? Some investors are feeling lucky.
Hot Retail

Hot Retail

2.0% 1 MO RTN
The top brick-and-mortar retailers have shown incredible resilience in the age of online shopping.
Eating Out

Eating Out

1.7% 1 MO RTN
Feed your portfolio on the growing popularity of dining out.
Discount Nation

Discount Nation

0.5% 1 MO RTN
Now, more than ever, America loves a deal. That entrenched thirst for bargains could make rock-bottom retailers flush.
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Our thoughts on Retail Spending

Possible Winners And Losers If A Republican Becomes President

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We recently analyzed possible stock market impacts of a Democrat becoming president. Policy changes implemented by whichever party is in power can affect individual industries, stocks, and the economy as a whole. Since 1945, the S&P 500 has averaged 9.7 […]

Toy Makers Feel the Force of Star Wars

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It wasn’t hard to spot the main driver behind Walt Disney Co’s (NYSE:DIS) recently announced 28% boost to its quarterly profit. The company disclosed that the latest and seventh installment of the Star Wars franchise – The Force Awakens – […]

Keurig Deal Puts Coffee Stocks On the Front Burner

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Keurig Green Mountain Inc (NASDAQ:GMCR) wasn’t the likeliest candidate for one of the biggest stock turnarounds of 2015. Just ask hedge fund manager David Einhorn, president of Greenlight Capital, who had been skeptical of the stock for years. According to […]

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