BlackRock (BLK) stock isn’t having a good year. And now Fidelity’s move to introduce no-fee mutual funds has sent shares even lower.
BlackRock (BLK) acquired iShares in 2009, and since then has had assets in its ETF platform grow 22% per year, making BLK a top stock to own.
ETF’s are all the rage right now, and BlackRock (BLK) is killing it with it’s iShares ETF’s. But what peaks my interest is a lower tax rate on profits.
Investment manager BlackRock (BLK) is positioned perfectly for for today and beyond with its investment approach, that caters to ETFs, Index funds and AI.
BlackRock (BLK) has the wind at its back as investors are going more-and-more towards index funds and ETFs — which is two-thirds of BlackRock’s business.