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SPDR ETF Family Announces Impact Of Receiving Settlement Payments (MTK)

February 23rd, 2012

The SPDR® Morgan Stanley Technology ETF (NYSEArca:MTK) today announced that the fund received payment as an authorized claimant from a class action settlement related to Juniper Read more…

NYSE:MTK

SPDR ETF Family Announces Impact of Receiving Settlement Payment

April 28th, 2011

The SPDR® Morgan Stanley Technology ETF (NYSE: MTK) today announced that the fund received payment as an authorized claimant from a class action settlement related to Broadcom Corp. Read more…

NYSE:MTK

This Technology ETF Is Showing Signs Not Seen Since The Tech Bubble

April 15th, 2010

“The big picture remains that of shares that are discounting a continued recovery in jobs and incomes for the second half of the year. That’s something that the market has been telegraphing for Read more…

NASDAQ:QQQQ, NYSE:MTK, NYSE:XLK

Wouldn’t Investors Welcome A Smartphone ETF With Stakes In Companies That Produce The iPhone And The Blackberry?

April 14th, 2010

“Earlier this week, Nasdaq announced a new index for companies engaged in the manufacturing or development of smartphone products. The benchmark, known as the NASDAQ OMX CEA Read more…

NYSE:MTK, NYSE:XLK

Research In Motion and Apple Inc Tug Technology ETFs In Different Directions

April 1st, 2010

“Wireless HOLDR (WMH) and SPDR Morgan Stanley Technology (MTK) could be in store for declines. Research in Motion (RIMM) continues its evening slide after missing the Street’s Read more…

NASDAQ:QQQQ, NYSE:IYW, NYSE:MTK, NYSE:WHM, NYSE:XLK

Time To Buy Tech ETF’s Now?

June 18th, 2009

techDavid Serchuk, writing for Forbes, thinks tech might be worth a look right now. His starts by comparing the performance of the Nasdaq versus the S&P 500 finding “those who stayed long the Nasdaq over the past 10 years are down 26.1%, but they still beat the Standard & Poor’s 500, down 29.6%. The tech index also beat its much larger brother over shorter time periods. Over five years, it’s down 9.6%, versus 19.9% for the S&P. Over a year, it’s down 26.4%, versus 32.6%. Where it’s really shined, however, is 2009. Year to date, the Nasdaq is up 14.6%, while the larger index has risen but 1%.” Read more…

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