ETF / Finance

A Quietly Outperforming ETF That Captures Transformative Technologies

Apr 19 4:24pm ETF Trends
As technology grows more sophisticated, innovators have compressed the advancements into smaller devices, allowing many consumers to even wear high-tech products. With a rising industry of wearables, investors may also access the growth through a targeted exchange traded fund. “WEAR believes this category is poised to capture transformational technology in real life applications for leisure,…...
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U.S. Stock ETFs Trip Toward the Close as Traders Mull Earnings

Apr 19 3:42pm ETF Trends
U.S. equities and stock exchange traded funds started off on the right footing Wednesday as earnings helped prop up gains, but markets still stumbled toward the end of the day. 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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On-Demand Webcast: An ETF Opportunity to Capitalize on the Robotics Revolution

Apr 19 3:16pm ETF Trends
Investors have the opportunity to gain exposure to a potentially high growth robotics industry at its initial stages through a targeted exchange traded fund. On the recent webcast, Investing in Artificial Intelligence and Automation Can Help Your ETF Portfolio, Wyatt Newman, Professor of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Dept. at Case Western Reserve University, argued…...
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Not All Large ETFs Gathered Assets in 2017

Apr 19 12:58pm ETF Trends
By Todd Rosenbluth, CFRA With approximately $135 billion of net inflows in the first quarter, it is easy to miss that not all ETFs faced the same demand. For an asset manager, diversification of index provider relationships and product offerings helps to counterbalance the inevitable winners and losers of assets within a period of time, according…...
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A Closer Look At A Little-Known VIX ETF

Apr 19 12:56pm ETF Daily News
We speak about volatility in the VIX itself in our ETF/Options and fund flows recap, and the ripple effects felt with Volatility based ETP VXX (iPath S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures ETN, Expense Ratio 0.89\%, $1 billion in AUM). The… Read more ›...
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Setting a fiduciary standard that puts investors first

Apr 19 12:55pm Vanguard Blog for Advisors
Chairman and CEO Bill McNabb discuss Vanguard's recent comments filed with U.S. Department of Labor on the DOL's fiduciary rule.
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Wall Street is changing how it trades the world's hottest investment product

Apr 19 12:51pm Money Game: ETFs
Bond exchange-traded funds have exploded in size in the last few years. The big ticket trades in them are getting bigger too. Exchange-traded funds were originally launched as a vehicle for stocks, and they've been attracting assets at a fast clip in recent years. The combined assets of US ETFs stood at $2.7 trillion in February, according to the Investment Company Institute, of which $457.4 billion was in bond ETFs.  A growing chunk of the trading in these bond ETFs is now in large sizes, with the percentage of bond ETF block trades doubling over the past six years.  Close to $1 in every $4 of bond ETFs traded part of a block trade, according to Credit Suisse. While blocks are commonly defined as those exceeding 10,000 shares or $200,000 in total value, the average bond ETFs block trade was $812,000 per trade in 2016, and $852,000 in the first two months of 2017. Perhaps unsurprisingly, fixed income is also leading growth in block trades larger than 100,000 shares, which have seen their share climb seven percentage points over the past seven years to 17\%. Bond funds currently account for about 40\% of the large trades of more than 100,000 shares, up from less than 10\% in 2010, Credit Suisse data show. As an extension of that, 17 of the 20 ETFs most frequently traded in blocks are bond-related. The explanation offered by Credit Suisse is that the bond market is less transparent, which hampers the efforts of traders who use computer-based trading models to transact. As a result, the securities are traded in larger chunks. Credit Suisse also cites the adoption of fixed income funds by institutional investors, whose adoption of ETFs in general has surged. The popularity of bond ETFs specifically has at least partially stemmed from a prolonged period of low interest rates. By boasting attractive yields, bond ETFs have been used by investors as an alternative to investments such as money markets funds, which can offer lower returns. Further, while liquidity in the cash market has gotten tight, ETFs provide investors a handy way to easily move in and out. Bond funds are also used by firms to smooth out holdings in separately managed accounts, according to Credit Suisse. Block trading in ETFs across all asset classes totaled more than $3 trillion in 20...
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Well-Timed Options Bets Seen In VXX

Apr 19 12:51pm ETF Daily News
Analyst Paul Weisbruch of Street One Financial brings us his daily fund flows report, which today looks at continued investor interest in gold as a potential hedge, as well as some interesting options activity involving a popular volatility ETP. GLD… Read more ›...
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Investment Advisors Arent Worth The Money

Apr 19 12:22pm Blog – FMD Capital Management
I had a conversation with a prospective client the other day who called me inquiring as to what we do.  I gave him the typical run down that we are a fee-only investment advisor specializing in ETF portfolios.  In other words, we provide discretionary management of client accounts using low-cost... Read more » The post Investment Advisors Aren’t Worth The Money appeared first on FMD Capital Management.
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ETF Stats for March 2017: The S&P 500 ETF MegaPlex

Apr 19 11:36am Invest With An Edge
Is there any doubt the S&P 500 Index is the most popular investing index in the world? As you probably know, the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) is the largest ETF on the planet, with $240 billion in assets. However, you may not be aware that the same index is targeted by the second largest […] The post ETF Stats for March 2017: The S&P 500 ETF MegaPlex appeared first on Invest With An Edge.
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Crude Oil Plunges As Production Surges To 20 Month Highs

Apr 19 11:16am ETF Daily News
From Tyler Durden: Following API’s surprise gasoline build (and small crude draw), DOE confirmed concerns with a surprise build in gasoline inventories. Crude inventories drew down for the 2nd week in a row. WTI prices slipped though as production rose… Read more ›...
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Seven Things to Know About Smart Beta

Apr 19 11:03am ETF Trends
By Mike LaBella, Portfolio Manager at QS Investors 1. Names Do Not Matter Smart beta means many things to many people. Defining characteristics typically include investment strategies that are simple, transparent and rules-based. Many names are used: factor investing, anti-benchmark, strategic beta, advanced beta, scientific beta, alternative beta, enhanced indexes, quantamental indexes, quasi-active, alternative-weighted, anti-beta…...
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A Look At The Prolific Q1 ETF Asset Gatherers

Apr 19 11:00am ETFs
Exchange traded funds hauled in $135.5 billion in new assets in the first quarter, with investors displaying an overt preference for low-fee, international equity funds. For example, the iShares Core MSCI Emerging Markets ETF (NYSE: IEMG), one of the least expensive emerging markets ETFs available to U.S. investors, was the top asset-gathering in the first three months of the year. On the other hand, investors departed some once hot US-focused strategies, including the iShares Edge MSCI Min Vol USA ETF (NYSE: USMV). The iShares Core MSCI EAFE ETF (NYSE: IEFA), which charges 0.08 percent per, was another prolific asset gatherer in the first quarter. IEFA is one of the least expensive ex-US developed markets ETFs available and provides investors ...Full story available on Benzinga.com...
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Small-Cap ETF Investors: Trouble is Lurking

Apr 19 10:56am ETF Trends
Major small-cap exchange traded funds, including the iShares Core S&P Small-Cap ETF (NYSEArca: IJR) and the iShares Russell 2000 ETF (NYSEArca: IWM), have struggled to start 2017. Some traders expect the situation for small-caps to get worse before it gets better. Small-caps are also focused on the domestic economy and have less direct exposure to…...
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Turkey ETF Deals With President Erdogans Power Play

Apr 19 10:54am ETF Trends
The often volatile iShares MSCI Turkey ETF (NYSEArca: TUR) is dealing with some geopolitical headlines with aplomb. On Sunday, Turkish voters voted to disband the country’s parliamentary system and install a strong presidential form of government. Many political analysts and market observers are concerned the decision will give President Recep Tayyip Erdogan more power and…...
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Evidence Suggests Fed Rate Hikes is Helping Financial ETFs

Apr 19 10:52am ETF Trends
Financial services stocks and exchange traded funds are being viewed as disappointments this year with much of that lack of enthusiasm for the S&P 500’s second-largest sector weight attributable to a more dovish than expected Federal Reserve. The Financial Select Sector SPDR (NYSEArca: XLF) and other financial services exchange traded funds are being challenged by…...
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What to Make of Airline ETF After United Airlines Saga

Apr 19 10:49am ETF Trends
The U.S. Global Jets ETF (NYSEArca: JETS) is up half a percent year-to-date, a decent showing when considering the struggles of broader transportation exchange traded funds and the recent public relations missteps by United Continental (NYSE: UAL), one of the largest holdings in JETS. ETS, the only ETF dedicated to airline equities, is off almost…...
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Catalysts Aplenty for Gold ETFs

Apr 19 10:44am ETF Trends
The SPDR Gold Shares (NYSEArca: GLD) and other gold-related exchange traded products have been in rally mode and some market observers believe the combination of increased geopolitical concerns and the weak dollar could continue boosting bullion. Gold saw renewed safe-haven demand, especially as more traders grow cautious on speculation that Trump’s policies may not move…...
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Investing in a Time of Transition

Apr 19 10:01am ETF Trends
By Gary Stringer, Kim Escue and Chad Keller, Stringer Asset Management Our outlook continues to be constructive, though we think that the post-election rally has priced in a lot of good news. As a result of the rally, some areas of the market are potentially overdone. Meanwhile, we are finding other areas of the markets…...
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How To Beat the S&P 500 Index, By Using The S&P 500 Index

Apr 19 8:51am ETF Daily News
From Grant Wasylik: Want to win a steak dinner, $20 or just a friendly wager? Next time you’re speaking with your accountant, investment adviser or other financial professional, ask them: “Can you beat the S&P 500 with the S&P 500?”… Read more ›...
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A Valuable Piece Of The Emerging Markets Puzzle

Apr 19 8:42am ETFs
When allocating to emerging markets, investors repeat a strategy they're comfortable with when it comes to domestic equities. That being often substantial allocations to large-cap stocks at the expense of small-caps. The problem is especially acute with emerging markets exchange traded funds because the indexes many of these ETFs benchmark feature scant small-cap exposure. For example, the widely followed MSCI Emerging Markets Index allocates less than 2 percent of its weight to smaller stocks. Too much large-cap exposure in emerging markets comes with its own set of problems. “A specific risk to EM is that many cap-weighted indexes and ETFs are heavily tilted toward large state-owned enterprises,” WisdomTree said in a recent note. “These companies can be managed inefficiently ...Full story available on Benzinga.com...
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Near-Term Technicals Are Weak For The Dow Jones Industrial Average

Apr 19 8:09am ETF Daily News
Market technician Dave Chojnacki of Street One Financial recaps Tuesday’s broad market pullback, which was perhaps predicted by Monday’s low-volume session, and updates the important technical levels for the major indexes that investors should focus on today. After the prior session’s… Read more ›...
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Dont Buy the Hype about Higher Oil Prices

Apr 19 7:56am ETF Daily News
From Mike Burnick: Crude oil futures surged nearly 2\% higher last week, trading above $53 a barrel for the first time in over a month. And suddenly, everybody and his brother is bullish on black gold again. They expect OPEC… Read more ›...
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Treasury Secretary Denies That Trump Is Trying To Talk Down The Dollar

Apr 19 7:43am ETF Daily News
From Tyler Durden: One week after Donald Trump, in an interview with the WSJ, sent the dollar tumbling in its biggest one day drop in months, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has been engaging in damage control. He’s done so via… Read more ›...
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Here Are The Best Bond ETFs To Buy Right Now

Apr 19 7:22am ETF Daily News
From Zacks: U.S. consumer price inflation hit the brake suddenly after improving for quite some time. Consumer prices in the U.S. rose 2.4\% year over year in March 2017, below last month’s reading of a 2.7\% rise as well as… Read more ›...
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Large-Cap Gold Miners Have A Big Problem On Their Hands

Apr 19 7:10am ETF Daily News
From Sean Brodrick: If you listen hard … in the dark of the night … in the mining fields … you might hear the steady drip-drip-drip of big miners getting the night sweats. It’s not because of gold prices, which… Read more ›...
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Podcast 7: Making Sense of Bonds

Apr 19 7:00am Canadian Couch Potato
I’ve always felt that being a defenseman is the toughest job on a hockey team. Forwards score most of the goals, and goalies can steal the show with a few timely saves, but fans rarely notice a defenseman until he makes a mistake. Bonds get that same lack of respect from investors: everyone seems to forget the times they provided a safety net when stocks plummeted, but if they lose a few percentage points they get kicked to the curb. Part of the problem is that bonds can be difficult to understand. So in my latest podcast, I devote the full episode to answering common questions about the asset class investors love to hate. I previewed this episode in my last post about why bond prices fall when rates rise, and I’ll continue with a series of blog posts that expand on some of the other issues discussed in the podcast: If you started investing in bond ETFs about three years ago, chances are good that your holding is showing a loss on your brokerage statement. So you might be surprised to learn that broad-based bond index funds returned close to 4\% annually over the three years ending March 31.
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Amid Higher Debt And Weaker Economy, Is It Time To Bet Against Stocks?

Apr 19 6:54am ETF Daily News
From Tony Sagami: On March 28, I wrote an article about The Telltale Tale of (Falling) Tax Payments. In it, I told you: “We’re talking about a huge drop in corporate tax collections, not the type of news you’d expect… Read more ›...
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Oils Recovery Stalls Amid Surprisingly Low API Draw

Apr 19 6:47am ETF Daily News
From Julianne Geiger: The American Petroleum Institute (API) reported a draw of 840,000 barrels in United States crude oil inventories, compared to analyst expectations for a healthier crude oil draw of 1.5 million barrels. While that news is particularly shocking,… Read more ›...
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Despite Naysayers, Corporate Innovation Is Thriving In The U.S.

Apr 19 6:20am ETF Daily News
From Bryce Coward, CFA: As investors, it’s easy to get caught up in headlines about things like Snap’s $23bn market cap or Tesla overtaking Ford and GM to become the most valuable US auto maker. While well-intentioned and interesting, that… Read more ›...
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Will Clean Energy Finally See A Bullish Breakout In 2017?

Apr 19 6:15am ETF Daily News
From Taki Tsaklanos: One of the questions we most frequently get from readers is about breakout markets and breakout stocks. That is why we are covering breakout stocks more than average in recent weeks. One of the few sectors that… Read more ›...
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How To Find Yield In Todays Tenuous Markets

Apr 19 6:10am ETF Daily News
From Invesco: As dividend value investors, my team is focused on sustainability of profit margins over a full profit cycle. I believe that we are in the later stages of the profit cycle, with corporate profit margins at about 1\%1… Read more ›...
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Theresa Mays Shrewd Move Could Pay Dividends For Britain

Apr 19 6:05am ETF Daily News
From Franklin Templeton Investments: UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s decision to call a snap general election for June 8, 2017 caught just about everybody off guard, but we think it could prove a shrewd political move. Like many observers, we… Read more ›...
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An ETF That Capitalizes on an Emerging China

Apr 18 5:51pm ETF Trends
China has been a world leader in the online commercial retail space as it draws upon its large group domestic consumers and rising middle-income base. Consequently, a China tech-related exchange traded fund has been among the best performers over the past five years and may continue to lead. The Guggenheim China Technology ETF (NYSEArca: CQQQ)…...
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Weak Earnings, Geopolitical Risks Sap Strength from U.S. Stock ETFs

Apr 18 4:41pm ETF Trends
U.S. equities and stock exchange traded funds weakened Tuesday as traditionally stalwart companies revealed lackluster quarterly earnings results and lingering geopolitical concerns weighed on investors. 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 500 Index (NYSEArca: VOO), declined…...
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Investing in A.I., Automation Can Help Your ETF Portfolio

Apr 18 4:08pm ETF Trends
Do you imagine artificial intelligence (A.I.) as a distant technology of the future? In reality, A.I., robotics, and machine learning are here and rapidly transforming all industries, markets and lives, potentially opening up a targeted exchange traded fund investment opportunity. On the upcoming webcast, Investing in Artificial Intelligence and Automation Can Help Your ETF Portfolio,…...
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On-Demand Webcast: A Smart Way for ETF Investors to Tap into International Opportunities

Apr 18 3:29pm ETF Trends
While risks rise in an extended bull market run, international markets may provide greater opportunities, and investors can look to smart beta or alternative index-based exchange traded fund strategies as a way to capture the opportunities and limit the potential risks. On the recent webcast, Smart ETF Strategies for Building Stronger Portfolios, Samantha Azzarello, Vice…...
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GLD Suddenly Jumps To Its Highest Levels Since Before The Election

Apr 18 3:15pm ETF Daily News
The price of Gold has been on a tear since mid-March, and the largest tracking ETP, GLD (SPDR Gold, Expense Ratio 0.40\%) today is trading at its highest level since last November — before Trump’s election. The fund, which is… Read more ›...
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Money Begins To Pour Out Of This Very Popular Semiconductor ETF

Apr 18 3:06pm ETF Daily News
Analyst Paul Weisbruch of Street One Financial brings us his daily fund flows report, which today looks out money pouring out of the once-hot semiconductor space, ahead of earnings from some heavy-hitters in the sector. We have seen some outflows… Read more ›...
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Major Changes Are Coming To The GDXJ

Apr 18 1:11pm ETF Daily News
From Zacks: VanEck Vectors Junior Gold Miners ETF (GDXJ – Free Report) has reportedly “become too big for its index”, the MVIS Global Junior Gold Miners Index. Assets in this fund grew to $5.3 billion from approximately $1 billion in… Read more ›...
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The 3 Biggest Treasury Bond ETFs And How To Use Them

Apr 18 1:06pm Blog – FMD Capital Management
Treasury bonds continue to be a stalwart position among income investors and those who opt for credit quality over yield or other characteristics of fixed-income.  Treasuries benefit from the highest credit rating possible and are backed by the full faith of the U.S. Government.  They are also the most directly... Read more » The post The 3 Biggest Treasury Bond ETFs And How To Use Them appeared first on FMD Capital Management.
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Financial ETF Continues To Falter As Bank Earnings Disappoint

Apr 18 1:03pm ETF Daily News
From Jon Markman: Last week, the awakening began. In the tawny uptown offices, big banks reported mostly dismal results and warned the economic Trump bump was more smoke than fire. The contrast from January is stark. Then, favorable earnings comparisons… Read more ›...
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Emerging Markets Bond ETFs Face Hurdles

Apr 18 1:02pm ETF Trends
Yield-starved investors have taken a shine to emerging markets bond exchange traded funds in recent years. Funds such as the iShares J.P. Morgan USD Emerging Markets Bond ETF (NYSEArca: EMB) have made the asset class more accessible but that access does not come without challenges. EMB tracks the J.P. Morgan EMBI Global Core Index, a…...
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Tech Sectors Surge Helps Semiconductor ETFs

Apr 18 11:14am ETF Trends
Semiconductor stocks and the VanEck Vectors Semiconductor ETF (NYSEArca: SMH) have been among the leaders of the technology sector’s surge and some market observers believe that trend can continue. SMH and the iShares PHLX Semiconductor ETF (NasdaqGM: SOXX) are both up more than 6\% year-to-date. Semiconductor ETFs have recently been durable performers as semiconductor stocks…...
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Small Stocks, Big Dividends in This ETF

Apr 18 11:11am ETF Trends
Much has been made of the recent divergence of U.S. small-caps from their large-cap counterparts. It is easy to see why. Year-to-date, the iShares Russell 2000 ETF (NYSEArca: IWM), the biggest small-cap ETF by assets, is clinging to a small gain while the S&P 500 has been a solid performer. Small-cap stocks are usually prized…...
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German Stocks Could Be Setting Up For A Bearish Double Top

Apr 18 11:02am ETF Daily News
From Chris Kimble: Many times over the years, what the stock markets do in Germany and Europe, impacts stocks in the states. Several times Germany has been a leading indicator in bull and bear moves, ahead of what take place… Read more ›...
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Traders Keep Betting Against Traditional Retailers

Apr 18 10:49am ETF Trends
As has been widely documented this year, traditional brick-and-mortar retailers are in perilous positions as shoppers continue gravitating to online venues. The the SPDR S&P Retail ETF (NYSEArca: XRT), the largest retail-related exchange traded fund, epitomizes this theme as XRT is down 5.2\% year-to-date while the largest consumer discretionary ETF is higher by 6.6\%. Adding…...
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China a Potential Catalyst for the Whiskey ETF

Apr 18 10:40am ETF Trends
China is the world’s second-largest economy behind the U.S. and as such, China is a driving force behind an array of investment themes. That includes scores of consumer-related themes that are plays on China’s burgeoning middle class. The Spirited Funds/ETFMG Whiskey and Spirits ETF (NYSEARCA: WSKY), which debuted in October, could prove to be a…...
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New VictoryShares ETF Looks to Grow Dividend Income Over Time

Apr 18 9:00am ETF Trends
Investors looking to grow dividend income over time can look to Victory Capital’s newly launched VictoryShares Dividend Accelerator ETF (VSDA), which began trading on Nasdaq today. VSDA seeks to provide investment results that track the performance of the Nasdaq Victory Dividend Accelerator Index (NQVDIV), which Victory Capital developed in partnership with Nasdaq. The Index uses…...
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Weak Volume In Dow Jones Industrial Average Lessens Impact Of Latest Rally

Apr 18 8:19am ETF Daily News
Technical analyst Dave Chojnacki of Street One Financial examines Monday’s big equity rally, finding weak volume and thus little reason for conviction in the buying, and updates the important technical levels to focus on as earnings season kicks into gear. Investors ignored… Read more ›...
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The 60/40 Portfolio: If Its Broke, Then Fix It

Apr 18 8:00am ETF Trends
By Marc Odo, Swan Global Investments For decades the standard representation for a balanced portfolio has been the “60/40”- 60\% equities, 40\% bonds. Although most investors diversified beyond this model and incorporated small caps, foreign stocks, high yield bonds, and perhaps something more exotic like REITs or commodities, a simple mix of 60\% S&P 500…...
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Options Activity Indicates Recent Selling May Return Again Soon

Apr 18 7:50am ETF Daily News
From Dana Lyons: Fear finally made its way into the equity options market at the end of last week – at least for a day. After months of (well-documented) investor complacency, recent stock turbulence has begun to introduce some fear… Read more ›...
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Danger Lurking For Some REITs And REIT ETFs

Apr 18 7:45am ETF Daily News
From Contrarian Outlook: Real estate investment trusts (REITs) have essentially one job to do for their investors – pay reliable dividends. Many do, but when firms find their payouts in jeopardy things get ugly in a hurry. Which is why… Read more ›...
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Brexit Curveball: May Calls For Surprise June General Election

Apr 18 6:53am ETF Daily News
From Tyler Durden: In a stunning development, Theresa May announced she would seek an early general election for Britain on June 8 to obtain a direct mandate to take the country through the Brexit divorce with the EU. The decision,… Read more ›...
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Are Alternative Energy ETFs In Trouble Under Trump?

Apr 18 6:34am ETF Daily News
From Zacks: The victory of Donald Trump has flared up uncertainties in the alternative energy industry. Far from supporting the renewable sector with any kind of incentives, the President has promised to revive coal. The industry was under pressure even… Read more ›...
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Who Or What Is Behind Oils Recent Price Surge?

Apr 18 6:30am ETF Daily News
From Brian Noble: We have seen before how machines, or more precisely the algorithmically programmed computers, are increasingly responsible for setting prices in the WTI futures pit. The algos feed on news flow, but don’t seem capable of being able… Read more ›...
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An Alternative Way To Bet On Gold

Apr 18 6:24am ETF Daily News
From Sean Brodrick: Gold is on the move again, testing its big downtrend. It looks poised to break out to the upside — though it may have to pull back before making its final hammer blow. The good news is… Read more ›...
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How Concerning Is The S&P 500s Pullback?

Apr 18 6:19am ETF Daily News
From Chris Ciovacco: It is normal and to be expected for bullish trends to experience pullbacks or retracements. Typically, a healthy trend will see countertrend moves that remain above the three major Fibonacci retracement levels shown below. As of April… Read more ›...
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Millennial Homebuyers Finally Entering the Housing Market

Apr 17 5:11pm ETF Daily News
April is New Homes Month, and to celebrate, the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) shared some of the significant contributions housing provides to the U.S. economy. According to the Washington, D.C.-based group, “building 100 single-family homes in a typical… Read more ›...
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