ETF / Finance

Joe Tigay's Russell 2000 Index ETF Trade

Mar 29 4:55pm ETFs
Joe Tigay of Equity Armor Investments shared with the viewers of Bloomberg Markets his bullish options strategy in iShares Russell 2000 Index (ETF) (NYSE: IWM). He thinks the best way to trade the ETF ...Full story available on
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Smart Beta ETFs Could Help Soften Bumps in an Extended Bull Market

Mar 29 4:48pm ETF Trends
Investors should consider alternative index based or smart beta exchange traded fund strategies that could diminish overexposure to current market risks and potentially enhance returns through diversified, rules-based risk management. ETF Trends publisher Tom Lydon spoke with James Norman, President of QS Investors, and Mike LaBella, Portfolio Manager of QS Investors, at the Inside ETFs…...
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Equity Markets Shrug Off Dow Losing Streak

Mar 29 4:13pm Invest With An Edge
The Dow ended an eight-day losing streak, but the overall decline was a paltry 1.9\%. The sector, factor, and global ETFs treated it as a non-event. The post Equity Markets Shrug Off Dow Losing Streak appeared first on Invest With An Edge.
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Liquid Alternatives ETFs

Mar 29 4:06pm Invest With An Edge
Liquid Alternatives ETFs are defined, and specific examples of ETFs in 11 different categories of liquid alts assets and liquid alts strategies are provided. The post Liquid Alternatives ETFs appeared first on Invest With An Edge.
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Look to Natural Resource ETFs to Offset Inflation Risks

Mar 29 4:04pm ETF Trends
As the economy expands and inflation ticks up, investors will have to keep in mind the negative effects of rising prices and maybe look to hard-asset related investments and exchange traded funds to help maintain the purchasing power of their portfolios. “Exposure to natural resources/commodities offers the potential advantage of offsetting some of the longer-term…...
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Even BlackRock Thinks Active Managements Days Are Numbered

Mar 29 2:30pm ETF Trends
BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager and parent company of the iShares exchange traded fund line, is redefining its stock-picking process as it begins to rely more on robots or automation rather than emotional human decisions on buys and sells. The money manager’s stock-picking unit, which depends on active management teams to select investments, has…...
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U.S. Stock ETFs Little Changed as Q1 End Nears

Mar 29 1:53pm ETF Trends
Political views on potential policy changes have kept bullishness from strong fundamentals in check, with traders keeping markets within a tight range as the end of the first quarter nears. The S&P 500 Index, along with related funds including the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (NYSEArca: SPY), iShares Core S&P 500 ETF (NYSEArca: IVV) and Vanguard…...
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Take a Sip of This Water ETF

Mar 29 12:41pm ETF Trends
Water has become an increasingly valid investment theme in recent years and it is one providers of exchange traded funds have indulged. Today, there are several seasoned water ETFs on the market, including the PowerShares Global Water Portfolio (NYSEArca: PIO). As the world reviews the effects of climate change, global population growth and inadequate or…...
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Tap Israels Red-Hot Technology Sector With This Unique ETF

Mar 29 11:45am ETF Daily News
We have previously examined EIS (iShares MSCI Israel Capped, Expense Ratio 0.62\%, $113 million in AUM) as the largest “Middle East” fund in the U.S. listed landscape, as it’s more than twice the size of the next largest fund in the… Read more ›...
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Courageous Options Traders Place Some Bearish Bets On SPY

Mar 29 11:34am ETF Daily News
Analyst Paul Weisbruch of Street One Financial brings us his daily fund flows update, which today points out some bearish bets on the world’s largest ETF, inflows coming back to large-cap equity funds, and fresh new lows for long volatility… Read more ›...
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Russia ETFs Can Rebound Thanks to Macro Factors

Mar 29 11:00am ETF Trends
After being one of the hottest equity markets in the emerging world last year, Russia has been cool to start 2017. For example, the VanEck Vectors Russia ETF (NYSEArca: RSX), the largest Russia ETF trading in the U.S., is off 2.2\% year-to-date while the MSCI Emerging Markets Index is soaring. Importantly, there are some macro…...
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Oil ETFs Still Looking to OPEC

Mar 29 10:49am ETF Trends
The United States Oil Fund (NYSEArca: USO), which tracks West Texas Intermediate crude oil futures, and the United States Brent Oil Fund (NYSEArca: BNO), which tracks Brent crude oil futures, are down an average of 13.2\% year-to-date. Some of the struggles of oil and the energy sector this year can be pinned on investors’ concerns…...
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Small-Cap ETFs Could See More Stress

Mar 29 10:41am ETF Trends
The iShares Core S&P Small-Cap ETF (NYSEArca: IJR) and the iShares Russell 2000 ETF (NYSEArca: IWM) are off an average of 2\% over just the past week, highlighting the laggard status of smaller stocks against their larger peers to start 2017. Following Election Day, investors flocked to IWM, IJR and rival small-cap ETFs as markets…...
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What to Expect From U.K. ETFs as Brexit Starts

Mar 29 10:24am ETF Trends
The iShares MSCI United Kingdom ETF (NYSEArca: EWU), the largest U.K. ETF trading in the U.S., is up 6\% year-to-date, but gains for U.K. equities could be challenged as the formal start of the Brexit process looms. The pound has been the worst performing asset since the U.K.’s decision to leave the E.U. last June,…...
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U.K. ETFs In Focus On Brexit Day

Mar 29 9:58am ETF Daily News
The iShares MSCI United Kingdom ETF (NYSE:EWU) is in focus today, as British Prime Minister Theresa May kicks off two years of negotiations for her nation to leave the European Union. May had recently rattled many U.K. business leaders with… Read more ›...
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Dennis Gartman: We Have No Choice But To Be Bullish On Stocks Again

Mar 29 9:44am ETF Daily News
From Tyler Durden: With so much flip-flopping from Dennis Gartman in just the past week, it is enough to make one’s head spin. After missing Friday’s move lower, on Monday morning Gartman said he was actively looking to “re-establish net… Read more ›...
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Time To Get Bullish On Emerging Europe

Mar 29 9:33am ETF Daily News
Frank Holmes of U.S. Global Investors brings us seven big reasons to be bullish on Emerging Europe as an investment vehicle right now. 1. Eurozone PMI at a Six-Year High For the month of March, the preliminary purchasing manager’s index… Read more ›...
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A Smart Way To Play A Hot Emerging Market

Mar 29 9:25am ETFs
Emerging markets stocks and exchange traded funds have been stout performers in 2017. The MSCI Emerging Markets Index is up 13.4 percent, more than double the 5 percent returned by the S&P 500 this year. Within the emerging markets space, there are some obvious leaders through the first quarter with India being a member of that pack. Remember, India stocks and ETFs have been soaring after the country, in November, removed high-denomination currency notes from circulation. That was seen as a controversial move because it affected more than 85 percent of Indian currency in circulation at the time. The WisdomTree India Earnings Fund (NYSE: EPI), one of the largest and oldest India ETFs trading in New York, is ...Full story available on
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The conventional wisdom of active management

Mar 29 8:30am Vanguard Blog for Advisors
Conventional wisdom doesn’t always hold up when you look at the data, whether you’re drinking water or picking an active fund.
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Huge Growth In China By Tesla Inc Likely Spurred Tencent Stake

Mar 29 8:26am ETF Daily News
From Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) shares jumped yesterday after news that Chinese investing giant Tencent Holdings had taken a passive 5\% stake in the company. Since then, analysts and investors have been wondering two things: why Tencent made the move,… Read more ›...
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Who Is Buying Municipal Bonds?

Mar 29 8:12am ETFs
Interest rates are rising in the U.S., but remain well below an area that's considered historically average. In other major developed markets, benchmark borrowing costs are at or near record lows, or in some cases, negative. That is to say investors in ex-U.S. developed markets are looking for income and they're looking to some U.S. bonds to provide that income. A popular destination has been low-risk U.S. municipal bonds, although the iShares National Muni Bond ETF (NYSE: MUB), the largest municipal bond exchange traded fund, has lost $381.4 million in assets this year. There are valid reasons for foreign investors embracing U.S. municipal bonds, including a "strong U.S. dollar or perspectives of a strong for longer U.S. dollar,”...
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average Finally Snaps Its Near-Record Losing Streak

Mar 29 8:09am ETF Daily News
Market technician Dave Chojnacki of Street One Financial recaps Tuesday’s big equities rally and updates the important technical levels for investors and traders to focus on as the end-of-quarter window dressing continues on Wall Street. The markets opened flat on… Read more ›...
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Long-Term Bullish Trend Line For, Inc. In Danger Of Breaking Down

Mar 29 8:00am ETF Daily News
From Dana Lyons: Amazon and Alphabet – 2 important generals of the market rally – are undergoing similar tests of their uptrends. Over the past week, we’ve seen the stock market tested moreso than any other point since the post-election… Read more ›...
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BlackRock: Opportunities Abound In The Energy Sector Right Now

Mar 29 7:34am ETF Daily News
From BlackRock: A recent drop in energy-related assets appears overdone given our outlook for oil prices, creating opportunities in selected energy equities and credit. Richard Turnill explains, with the help of this week’s chart. A recent drop in energy-related assets… Read more ›...
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Macro Risk Advisors' SPDR EURO STOXX 50 ETF Trade

Mar 29 7:06am ETFs
Pravit Chintawongvanich of Macro Risk Advisors suggested on Bloomberg Markets that investors should consider a bullish options strategy in SPDR EURO STOXX 50 ETF (NYSE: FEZ). He said the European economic data has taken a sharp turn upwards in the last quarter of the last year ...Full story available on
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6 Tips to Prepare for Falling Interest Rates

Mar 29 7:00am ETF Trends
By Rusty Vanneman, CLS Investments The Federal Reserve (Fed) is predicting two more rate hikes in 2017, and that has many investors weighing the potential pros and cons of a rising rate environment. But, there are many reasons to believe interest rates could fall. The stock market is overvalued, and currently in a mature bull market,…...
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Investors Flock To Gold, EM Funds Amid Trump Policy Uncertainty

Mar 29 6:59am ETF Daily News
From Zacks: U.S stocks witnessed their largest redemption since the Brexit vote in June, to the tune of $8.9 billion, in the week ended March 22, 2017. This happened as Donald Trump’s first major legislation, the Affordable Health Care Act… Read more ›...
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Silver Looks Poised For A Massive New Rally

Mar 29 6:34am ETF Daily News
From Sean Brodrick: Silver has its racing shoes on, and it is pulling away from the pack. Take a look at the year-to-date performance of silver, gold and the S&P 500. Permalink The S&P 500 is up 5.77\%, riding a… Read more ›...
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Oil Prices Bounce As Pace Of Inventory Build-Up Slows

Mar 29 6:30am ETF Daily News
From Julianne Geiger: The American Petroleum Institute (API) reported a build of 1.91 million barrels in United States crude oil inventories, compared to fairly accurate expert predictions that domestic supplies would see a 2-million-barrel build. Oil prices had risen earlier… Read more ›...
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Time To Consider Inverse Equities ETFs?

Mar 29 6:22am ETF Daily News
From Tony Sagami: My mother took education very seriously. On the first day of first grade, my mother, Hiroko, marched me to school and told the teacher to seat me in the front row by her desk. And there I… Read more ›...
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Examining The Potential Fallout From Trumps Infrastructure & Tax Plans

Mar 29 6:15am ETF Daily News
From Bryce Coward, CFA: With the dissolution of healthcare legislation barely final, murmurers out of Washington seem to suggest tax reform/cuts and infrastructure may be tackled in tandem in a way that attracts bipartisan support. If it comes to pass,… Read more ›...
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Chinas Massive Equities Rally May Only Just Be Getting Started

Mar 29 6:10am ETF Daily News
From Taki Tsaklanos: Our readers probably vividly remember how we released this market call last year: A China Stock Market Crash In 2017? Not Really. In that post, we explained in great detail why and how we strongly believed China’s… Read more ›...
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A High-Yield Alternative ETF Strategy with Low Rate Risks

Mar 28 5:20pm ETF Trends
With many considering various ways to diversify their an income-generating portfolio in a changing market environment, investors may look to business development companies and related exchange traded funds as an alternative to traditional fixed-income assets and to enhance yields without piling on interest rate risk. “At the same time that rising interest rates are weighing…...
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ETF Risks: Truth Or Fiction?

Mar 28 5:09pm Blog – FMD Capital Management
There are many stories and books written about the risks of ETFs.  Some of these are derived from real-world events, while others are simply speculation about what might come to pass under extreme circumstances.  There is also a subset of perceived risks in related asset classes that may not have... Read more » The post ETF Risks: Truth Or Fiction? appeared first on FMD Capital Management.
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ETF Growth Spurred by Rising Institutional Usage

Mar 28 4:48pm ETF Trends
An increasing number of institutional investors are looking to exchange traded funds as easy-to-use active investment tools to construct, maintain and adjust a diversified portfolio in changing market conditions. According to a recent Greenwich Associates survey of 187 institutional investors between October 2016 and January 2017, an increasing number of institutional investors are allocating a…...
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Education Is Needed to Meet the Quick Expansion in ETFs

Mar 28 4:43pm ETF Trends
As the exchange traded fund universe continues to expand, there is a growing need for education to keep up with the endless supply of new strategies hitting the market. ETF Trends publisher Tom Lydon spoke with Peter De Boer, Chief Executive Officer of CFRA, and Todd Rosenbluth, Director at CFRA, at the Inside ETFs conference…...
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Webcast: Factors Also Work for Fixed-Income ETFs

Mar 28 3:02pm ETF Trends
As many consider ways to diversify in a rising interest rate environment, investors can also look to a new group of smart beta or factor-based bond exchange traded fund strategies. On the recent webcast, Introducing Factors to Fixed Income ETFs, James “J.R.” Rieger, Head of Fixed Income Indices at S&P Dow Jones Indices, outlined the…...
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Bargain Hunters See a Good Entry Point into U.S. Stock ETFs

Mar 28 1:52pm ETF Trends
U.S. equities and stock exchange traded funds bounced back on Tuesday, trying to end a losing streak after the Trump administration’s failed attempt to pass a replacement for the Affordable Care Act. The S&P 500 Index, along with related funds including the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (NYSEArca: SPY), iShares Core S&P 500 ETF (NYSEArca: IVV)…...
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Quietly, This Tiger ETF Rises Again

Mar 28 12:18pm ETFs
There have been periods of emerging markets ebullience when the iShares MSCI Thailand Capped ETF (NYSE: THD), the lone U.S.-listed exchange-traded fund dedicated to Thai equities, has received ample attention. At least to this point, 2017 does not feel like one of those periods. Perhaps it is because THD is up 7.5 percent, meaning it trails the MSCI Emerging Markets Index 620 basis points. That scenario could easily prompt some investors to speculate it is better to be diversified in emerging markets rather than trying to time a tactical trade with THD. Year-to-date returns confirm as much. However, THD was one of a small amount of ETFs to hit 52-week highs Monday. In fact, THD was one of just three emerging markets ETFs to accomplish that feat. THD And Thailand Thailand's finance ministry is ...Full story available on
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Investors Flocking To Eurozone ETFs As Q1 Draws To A Close

Mar 28 12:07pm ETF Daily News
Terror attacks or not, European equity markets continue to march higher in the short-term, and we have seen end-of-the-quarter inflows into the third largest fund in the space, EZU (iShares MSCI Eurozone, Expense Ratio 0.50\%, $8.8 billion in AUM). More… Read more ›...
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QQQ Benefits From End-Of-Quarter Portfolio Rebalancing

Mar 28 12:01pm ETF Daily News
Analyst Paul Weisbruch of Street One Financial brings us his daily fund flows update, which today points out the winners and losers of the traditional quarter-end portfolio moves that we tend to see on Wall Street. It’s all about end-of-the-quarter… Read more ›...
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Lingering Concerns for Consumer Staples ETFs

Mar 28 11:34am ETF Trends
The Consumer Staples Select SPDR (NYSEArca: XLP), the largest exchange traded fund tracking the consumer staples sector, is up a tidy 6.3\% year-to-date, but there are lingering concerns about the sector’s near-term fortunes. The combination of the expected interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve and a stronger dollar were seen as potential drags on…...
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Its Time to be Patient With Bank ETFs

Mar 28 11:09am ETF Trends
The once-hot financial services sector, the second-largest sector weight in the S&P 500, rapidly turned cold in the face of some dovish commentary from the Federal Reserve earlier this month. For example, the Financial Select Sector SPDR (NYSEArca: XLF) is off 4\% over the past month. The SPDR S&P Bank ETF (NYSEArca: KBE), which focuses…...
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Homebuilders In Focus As Home Prices Accelerate At Fastest Pace In 3 Years

Mar 28 10:57am ETF Daily News
From Tyler Durden: U.S. Home Prices rose at 5.7\% year-over-year in January, according to the latest data from Case-Shiller. This is the fastest rate of price appreciation since July 2014. The six-month lagged response to the surge in mortgage rates… Read more ›...
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Europe ETFs Could be Poised to Deliver

Mar 28 10:50am ETF Trends
European equity markets have lagged the U.S. for a lengthy stretch, but even amid potential Eurozone political volatility, some market observers believe Europe could be a desirable developed market destination this year. Potential investors interested in gaining exposure to the European markets have a number of options available. For instance, the iShares MSCI EMU ETF…...
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S&P 500 Complacency Comes to An End

Mar 28 10:46am ETF Trends
By Clayton Fresk, Stadion Money Management For the better part of five months, the S&P 500 Index has been in what can be described as a rather complacent environment. One measure of this that has been rather widely disseminated is the number of days since the S&P 500 closed greater than 1\% lower. While the…...
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ETF Securities Launch: Access Broad Commodities Markets with K-1 Free ETFs

Mar 28 10:42am ETF Trends
ETF Securities is rolling out the first commodity-related exchange traded funds to outperform the widely observed Bloomberg Commodity Indices in a cheap and easy to use investment vehicle without the need to worry about troublesome K-1 forms come tax season. On Tuesday, ETF Securities added the actively managed ETFS Bloomberg All Commodity Strategy K-1 Free…...
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Steel, A Favored Trump Trade, Cools Off

Mar 28 10:39am ETF Trends
Few exchange traded funds were as positively correlated to the idea of a Donald Trump presidency as was the VanEck Vectors Steel ETF (NYSEArca: SLX), which was one of 2016’s best-performing non-leveraged ETFs. Donald Trump in the White House is widely seen as a catalyst for the steel industry. During the campaign, Trump proposed significant…...
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Gold ETFs Continue Looking Solid

Mar 28 10:31am ETF Trends
Gold exchange traded products, including the SPDR Gold Shares (NYSEArca: GLD), iShares Gold Trust (NYSEArca: IAU) and ETFS Physical Swiss Gold Shares (NYSEArca: SGOL), have recently been solid performers. For example, those ETFs are each up more than 8\% year-to-date. Gold’s recent bullishness is impressive when considering that the Federal Reserve raised interest rates earlier…...
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Can Platinums Price Performance Live Up To Its Fund Inflows?

Mar 28 10:10am ETF Daily News
From Zacks: Even though money managers are not looking at platinum as a potential investment, ETF investors are still bullish on it. Holdings in platinum ETF PPLT posted a sixth straight weekly gain as of March 17, 2017, the longest… Read more ›...
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What to Do About Fading Stock Market Momentum

Mar 28 9:50am ETFguide
Wall Street has been so busy with one all-time high after another, many have already long-forgotten that it’s  been over one-year since the stock market corrected by 10\% or more. But as the great poets say, “we don’t remember the days,…Read more ›...
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Turn The Faucet On For This ETF

Mar 28 9:19am ETFs
Dating back to last year's U.S. presidential election campaign trail, investors have been hearing a lot about infrastructure and the related investments. That theme, while still potentially potent, has been dealt a blow this year as the Trump administration has indicated 2018 will be the year in which it attempts to deliver on its massive infrastructure initiative. There are some corners of the infrastructure investment landscape represented by exchange-traded funds that still merit consideration. That group includes water-related investments and ETFs such as the PowerShares Global Water Portfolio (ETF) (NASDAQ: PIO). The PowerShares Global Water Portfolio is up 8.2 percent year-to-date and was one of a small number of ETFs to hit a 52-week high on Monday. The Water Situation Over the years, water as an investment thesis has earned increased credibility and that theme has become more accessible thanks ...Full story available on
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Investors Back Away From Mid-Cap ETFs

Mar 28 8:32am ETFs
Broadly speaking, exchange-traded funds have been on a torrid pace of asset gathering through the first quarter, but there have recently been some signs of departures from large-cap equity funds. Data suggest investors are also retreating from some popular mid-cap ETFs. In terms of outflows, March has not been kind to the SPDR S&P MidCap 400 ETF (NYSE: MDY) and the iShares Core S&P Mid Cap ETF (NYSE: IJH). Both of those ETFs track the widely followed S&P MidCap 400 Index. “IJH has over $38 billion in assets under management, while MDY is the second largest Mid-Cap ETF behind it with $19.5 billion,” said Street One Financial Vice President Paul Weisbruch in a recent ...Full story available on
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You No Longer Have An Excuse To Skip Out On Investing

Mar 28 8:20am ETFs
This article originally appeared on Motif Investing. If you’re not investing yet, you’re not alone. According to a 2016 Bankrate survey, 54\% of Americans aren’t playing the market. The reasons are varied, with lack of money taking the number spot. Beyond that, however, Americans are opting out of investing because they don’t know about stocks, they find them too risky, they don’t trust brokers or advisors and they’re not interested in paying high fees. While those are all valid reasons, holding off on investing isn’t necessarily the best choice if you’re focused on creating wealth. Fortunately, technology is making it easier than ever to build your portfolio. If you’ve been dragging your feet on getting started, here are four reasons why technology may be the game-changer you need. 1. Automation Automation has revolutionized certain industries, such as manufacturing, and it’s also reshaping the way people invest. For instance, you no longer have to remember to make a monthly contribution to your retirement or brokerage accounts; with automation, you can grow your net worth with a set-it-and-forget-it approach. The move towards automation has already caught on with employer-sponsored retirement plans. A 2016 survey revealed that 75\% of workers support automatic plan features, such as auto-enrollment and auto-escalation. Automatic rebalancing of your investment is yet another perk that technology allows for. Motif Blue, for example, allows you to schedule automatic investments for up to three motifs each month, based on the subscription level you choose. Auto-rebalancing of your chosen motifs is also included, so you don’t have to worry about your asset allocation straying off-course. Those kinds of ...Full story available on
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Tesla Inc Shares Jump As Tencent Takes 5% Stake In Company

Mar 28 8:18am ETF Daily News
From Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) saw its stock rise up to 3\% on Tuesday morning, after news broke that a mega cap Chinese company has taken a significant stake in the electric vehicle and energy giant. Tencent Holdings Ltd, perhaps… Read more ›...
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Technical Support Keeps Dow Jones Industrial Average Afloat

Mar 28 8:09am ETF Daily News
Technical analyst Dave Chojnacki of Street One Financial reviews Monday’s wild stock action, which saw a massive gap down open met by an impressive rally as the day progressed, and updates the rapidly-changing technical levels for investors and traders to… Read more ›...
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Trouble Brewing For U.K. Stocks Ahead Of Brexit Process?

Mar 28 7:54am ETF Daily News
From BlackRock: The UK is set to formally begin the Brexit process this week. Isabelle Mateos y Lago explains what this could mean for the UK economy and markets. The UK’s outperformance among G7 economies in 2016 was a surprise.… Read more ›...
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Copper Might Be Setting Up For A Major Bounce Soon

Mar 28 7:21am ETF Daily News
From Sean Brodrick: Investors are getting a case of the jitters watching copper’s recent trading action. Since mid-February, copper has been in a big correction. And it’s handing you an opportunity. This pullback has implications for all kinds of markets… Read more ›...
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Expect More Turmoil For Banks In The Near Term

Mar 28 7:17am ETF Daily News
From Brad Hoppmann: The action in markets last week, and again today, can perhaps best be described in a single word: Stalled. Last Tuesday’s 1\%-plus decline nearly across the board was the first such decline in the major averages in… Read more ›...
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How Concerning Are The Pullbacks In Banks And Small Caps?

Mar 28 7:04am ETF Daily News
Money manager and analyst Chris Ciovacco examines the recent downturn in small cap stocks and financials, and makes an interesting conclusion that fears are probably overblown — for now. Small Caps: Nothing Alarming Yet Small caps (IWM) and banks (XLF)… Read more ›...
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