Many investors are searching for smart acquisitions during the bear market that will boost their retirement portfolio returns over significant index gains. It is illogical
to believe that you will constantly outperform the market in the long run. However, there are several intriguing exchange-traded funds (ETFs) available that,
depending on your preferences, can either speed growth or boost income yield.
In their retirement portfolios, younger investors typically place a higher priority on growth, and the Vanguard Growth ETF (NYSEMKT: VUG) may be the easiest
The very active technique used by the iShares Exponential Technologies ETF results in a somewhat high cost ratio of 0.46%.
There is a concentration risk associated with the iShares Core High Dividend ETF. About 60% of the allocation is made up of energy equities, basic commodities
This strategy produces a yield that is now above 15%, which is extraordinarily high. The ETF has continuously been one of the market's higher-yielding assets.