Invesco S&P 500 Low Volatility ETF
Volatile investments surge and sink without much warning, making for bigger risks and rewards. Getting on the bad side of those wild swings can hurt. This covers bigger companies that show less volatility.
On Stash, you can buy Slow & Steady stock and invest in other companies you know for as little as $5
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PERCENTAGE OF ETF
republic services inc
nextera energy inc
american electric power
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For just $1 a month, you'll get a personal investment account with unlimited trades, education, and fractional investing for as little as $5. (And balances $5k and over only cost 0.25% a year).
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