Posts Tagged ‘NYSEARCA:IWM’

Several Reasons To Remain Open To Bullish Outcomes For Stocks

July 28th, 2015

bearbull2Chris Ciovacco:  Fear Has Lots Of Company. Read more…


What Do 1987, 2003, 2009, And 2015 Have In Common?

July 22nd, 2015

wall-street-etfChris Ciovacco:  If you have been involved with the markets over the past thirty years, you may find the sentiment statistics described in this article as the most surprising you have ever seen. Recent investor sentiment readings have reached levels of skepticism Read more…


3 Charts That Convey A Lot Of Information About The Stock Market

June 23rd, 2015

Skeptical Sentiment In A Sideways Market: Bullish Or Bearish For Stocks?

June 22nd, 2015

bearbull21Chris Ciovacco: Skeptical Sentiment – What Could It Mean? Read more…


Are Stocks Set Up For A 2011-Like Plunge?

June 17th, 2015

bearbull21Chris Ciovacco:  2011 – Déjà vu All Over Again?  In 2011, stocks moved sideways for several months as questions about the sustainability of the eurozone dominated the news. The front page of the financial section in 2011 was also littered with stories about unsustainable debt in Greece. Read more…


The Downside Of Buy-And-Hold Diversified ETF/Mutual Fund Investing

June 10th, 2015

new etfsChris Ciovacco: There are many different ways to invest, including using a diversified portfolio of ETFs and/or mutual funds. For example, we recently saw the allocation below described as the best way to invest for long-term growth based on the best research Read more…


Margin Debt: What Does History Say About New Highs And Stock Returns?

June 3rd, 2015

debtChris Ciovacco: You may have run across an article or two stating that NYSE margin debt recently reached an all-time high (ATH). Some of the articles equate a new high in margin debt with a new high in speculation, which must mean the end is near Read more…


Stock Market Top-Callers Are Missing One Key Ingredient

June 2nd, 2015

wall-street-etfChris Ciovacco: If you follow the markets, you may have noticed a recent increase in “the bull is over” articles. Read more…


Are Stock Bears Being Too Pessimistic?

June 1st, 2015

bearbull2Chris Ciovacco: Monday’s widely-followed ISM Manufacturing Index came in above expectations with a reading of 52.8. A reading above 50 indicates growth in manufacturing. A broad recession is typically defined when ISM drops below 43. Read more…


Is The Strong Dollar A Showstopper For Stock Bulls?

May 28th, 2015

Wall streetChris Ciovacco:  During the May 26 selloff in stocks, we heard numerous “blame it on the strong dollar” comments similar to the one below via CNBC: Read more…


Transportation Average; A Big Concern For Stock Bulls?

May 21st, 2015

transportationChris Ciovacco:  Weakness In Transports In 2015.  If you follow the markets, you have probably heard about the “non-confirmation” warning being flashed by the fact the Dow Transportation Average has failed to post a new high simultaneously Read more…


2015 And Historical Bear Market Triggers

May 20th, 2015

bearbull2Chris Ciovacco: Common sense tells us something typically changes as stocks shift from a bull market to a bear market, meaning people need a reason to say “I am getting out.” Read more…


Will The Lure Of Dividends Lead Small Cap ETFs Higher?

March 23rd, 2015

ETFsU.S. small cap ETFs space saw a great start this year courtesy of steady U.S. economic growth, especially compared to the other parts of the developed world. The economy’s growth rate moderated to 2.2% in Q4 from an impressive 5% in Q3 Read more…


The State Of The Market In 5 Charts

March 20th, 2015

fiveDavid Fabian: I’m breaking from my traditional analysis of a specific segment of the market to focus on a more comprehensive overview using several charts. Sometimes it’s nice to step away from individual sectors to monitor “big picture” Read more…


Where The Money Is Going: Global Fund Flows Heatmap

March 16th, 2015

money flowTyler Durden:  Curious where the global money has been flowing in the past quarter? Then the following Deutsche Bank global heatmap showing the 3-month flows into equity funds (including ETFs) should help answer that question. Read more…


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