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ETF Action is an independent technology and research firm focused on helping investment professionals build better portfolios, create engaging experiences with their clients, and navigate the vast ETF landscape. We’re unlocking the numerous ways ETFs can be used to meet specific investment needs via three guiding principles:
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The Top 10 Cannabis Stocks
In the ETF All-Stars® Cannabis Select Top 10 List, clear consensus already has emerged among ETF indexers and active managers alike about what constitutes a "cannabis stock."
But it may be a double-edged sword. Given the size of the market, we wonder if the current investible universe is even large enough to handle significant investment without security prices being pushed around.
In The News
Daily review of stock specific news including ETFs w/ greatest exposure, curated links and look at performance results for the previous trading session.
- Millions of new investors piled into mainland Chinese stock markets in 2020 - CNBC
- 50 Companies To Watch - Bloomberg
- These Stocks Are More of a Gamble Than an Investment - Barron's
- Stocks Could Plunge Even if the Economy Booms - WSJ