Here is an article I wrote in February 2017 stating why I invest in this sector: Discovering Value in the Top 3 Energy ETF’s
I have had more than a few people ask me what is the performance of The Deep Value ETF Accumulator. I haven’t had a good answer because I don’t track it and it isn’t necessarily my primary goal. My primary goal is to build a very large portfolio of ETFs from all the great performing sectors of the market that I can find. Secondary to that is performance; which I do strive for by buying these ETFs at the best prices I can get.
We sold a few shares of our Mexico holdings this morning. The iShares MSCI Mexico Capped ETF (EWW : $EWW) is still an excellent single country ETF. I wrote about why I invest in Mexico through this ETF in December 2016. (Making the Case for Investing in Mexico) Things have changed since then, but my decision to invest in this ETF has not. Price paid $47.72. Price sold $56.73.
The Deep Value ETF Accumulator continues to accumulate shares of XLE. It looks like Mike Burnick at ETF Daily News has something to say about that.
Read full article here: Energy Select Sector SPDR (ETF)(NYSE:XLE): Time To Buy? | ETF Daily News
Another great article from Mr. Swedroe right here at ETF.com:
New favorite Swedroe quote: “There’s one forecast I know I can make with the same certainty I have about the sun rising in the east. I know—for certain—that, at the end of each year, active managers will come up with an excuse for their failure to outperform index funds.”
The Deep Value ETF Accumulator obviously invests in ETFs. It seems the folks at Madison.com have something to say about that.
Read the full article here: Young Americans Are Buying Up ETFs. Here’s Why the Rest of Us Should Follow Suit