|Bid||12.62 x 15000|
|Ask||12.64 x 8600|
|Day's Range||12.59 - 12.85|
|52 Week Range||12.50 - 71.48|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.89%|
U.S. natural gas futures corrected sharply after the biggest rally in two months. Energy traders are reportedly waiting to see if temperature rise high enough to curb stockpile gains. United States Natural Gas (UNG) fell 4.4% on Monday.
In this series, we'll analyze how different asset classes like bonds (BND) and global equities (VTI) reacted to last week's central bank events.
If volatility stay low for the rest of the year, better to favor stocks with high prospective Sharpe ratios than ones with low realized volatility, says Goldman Sachs analyst David Kostin. A Sharpe ratio is a measure that helps investors figure out how much return they're getting for the risk they're taking on. Goldman Sachs' High Sharpe Ratio basket holds the 50 stocks in the S&P 500 with the highest scores using consensus expected returns and six-month option-implied volatility.