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When Will The Near Term Selling Pressure In The Broad Market Finally Subside? (XLF, SKF, UNG, SMN, SRS)

November 9th, 2012

Going into today, we are targeting two more ETFs for potential swing trade entry. The first is ProShares UltraShort Financials (NYSEARCA:SKF), which is another trend reversal play of a “short ETF.” After forming a month-long base near its multi-year lows, the ETF recently Read more…

NYSE:SKF, NYSE:SMN, NYSE:SRS, NYSE:UNG, NYSE:XLF

Market Rally: Why The Banks Are Running The Show (FAS, FAZ, SKF, XLF, BAC, JPM)

June 20th, 2012

Shah Gilani: The markets are rallying, again. Will this time be different? Or is this just another head fake?  The truth is the current rally is not surprising given what’s coming out of the G20 meeting, what’s likely to come out of the Fed’s Open Market Read more…

NYSE:FAS, NYSE:FAZ, NYSE:SKF, NYSE:XLF

Current Tax Code: 24 Shocking Facts About Taxes In The United States (TZA, SDS, FAS, SKF, FAZ, XLF)

April 12th, 2012

Michael Snyder: The U.S. tax code is a complete and utter abomination and it needs to be thrown out entirely.  Nobody in their right mind would ever read the whole thing – it is over 3 million words long.  Each year, Americans spend billions of hours and hundreds of billions of dollars trying to comply with federal tax Read more…

NYSE:FAS, NYSE:FAZ, NYSE:SDS, NYSE:SKF, NYSE:TZA, NYSE:XLF

Gerald Celente: Housing To Take Another Nosedive (XLF, FAS, FAZ, SKF, WFC, C, BAC, JPM)

April 9th, 2012

Dominique de Kevelioc de Bailleul:  As signs of a real estate market recovery creep back into the monthly data, along with a long-awaited settlement reached in the robo-signing scandal finalized, it appears that underneath the seemingly good news is a second round of foreclosures, instead, spelling more trouble for US Read more…

NYSE:FAS, NYSE:FAZ, NYSE:SKF, NYSE:XLF

Why The Student Loan Bubble Is The Next Subprime (FAS, SKF, FAZ, XLF, WFC, BAC, JPM)

April 5th, 2012

Martin Hutchinson: Don’t look now but there’s another giant bubble out there. It’s so big it rivals subprime. I’m talking about the student loan bubble.  Recently, the outstanding volume of student loans passed $1 trillion. What’s more bothersome is that the average individual amount owed by new college Read more…

NYSE:FAS, NYSE:FAZ, NYSE:SKF, NYSE:XLF

HARP 2.0: Why The Big Banks Win, Again (XLF, SKF, WFC, BAC, JPM, FAS, FAZ)

April 2nd, 2012

Shah Gilani:  Finally, some well-deserved help for beleaguered monster banks is on its way. Make that, well on its way. Those poor big banks accidentally and inadvertently got caught up making so many easy loans to deserving, hard-up borrowers, who wanted to buy overpriced dream homes, and a few million other Read more…

NYSE:FAS, NYSE:FAZ, NYSE:SKF, NYSE:XLF

Is The U.S. Economy Heading Toward A Full Recovery? (SPY, TZA, SDS, SKF, FAS)

April 1st, 2012

Michael Snyder:  Is the U.S. economy going to be okay?  Well, if the only source you listened to was the mainstream media, you would be left with the distinct impression that the U.S. economy is heading Read more…

NYSE:SDS, NYSE:SKF, NYSE:SPY, NYSE:TZA

Debt Bubble: Why “Too Big To Fail” Banks Still Face Much Trouble Ahead (XLF, SKF, FAS, FAZ, JPM, BAC, C, GS)

March 27th, 2012

Michael Snyder:  Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke claims that the Federal Reserve averted a second Great Depression by bailing out the big Wall Street banks during the last financial crisis, and he Read more…

NYSE:FAS, NYSE:FAZ, NYSE:SKF, NYSE:XLF

2012 Financial Crisis: Wall Street’s Latest Scheme To Create The Next Crash (XLF, FAS, FAZ, SKF, JPM, GS, WFC)

March 23rd, 2012

Keith Fitz-Gerald:  In 2008, reckless credit default swaps nearly obliterated the global economy. Now comes the next crisis – rehypothecated assets. It’s a complicated, fancy term in the global banking complex. Yet it’s one you need to know. Read more…

NYSE:FAS, NYSE:FAZ, NYSE:SKF, NYSE:XLF

Banks: The Financials Have Barely Moved Relative To 2007 Highs (XLF, SKF, FAS, FAZ, XLY)

March 20th, 2012

Chris Ciovacco:  Financial stocks have been immensely disliked by investors relative to other options since the peak in late 2006/early 2007.  If you look at the performance of financial stocks relative to the S&P 500 on a longer-term basis, the recent “surge” off the December 2011 lows is far from significant in Read more…

NYSE:FAS, NYSE:FAZ, NYSE:SKF, NYSE:XLF, NYSE:XLY

Capitalize On Growth In Regional Banks With This ETF (KRE, FAS, SKF, BAC, WFC, JPM, BAC, GS)

March 19th, 2012

Benjamin Shepherd:  Thus far, 2012 has been a great year for the money center banks; shares of Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) and JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM) have all gained more than 30 percent Read more…

NYSE:KRE

“No QE3″, Retracement Level Stalls Financials (XLF, BAC, WFC, JPM, USB, SKF)

February 16th, 2012

Chris Ciovacco:  Since financial stocks make up 14% of the S&P 500 Index, it is difficult to sustain a rally without strength in banks and financial services firms. With the Fed and ECB opening up the liquidity fire hydrant in late December 2011, bank stocks experienced another in a series of monster bailout Read more…

NYSE:SKF, NYSE:XLF

The Crisis In Greece Should Be A Major Warning Sign For World Financial Markets (XLF, SKF, VGK, EWI, EWG)

February 15th, 2012

Michael Snyder:  Any financial system that is based on debt is doomed to fail.  Today, we are living in the greatest debt bubble that the world has ever seen, and if all of a sudden people could not use credit to buy things our economy would immediately ground to a halt.  Unfortunately, no debt bubble can last Read more…

NYSE:EWG, NYSE:EWI, NYSE:EWP, NYSE:SKF, NYSE:VGK, NYSE:XLF

America’s Addiction To Debt: 30 Facts About Debt In America That Will Blow Your Mind (XLF, FAZ, SKF, TZA, UUP)

February 9th, 2012

Michael Snyder:  When most people think about America’s debt problem, they think of the debt of the federal government.  But that is only part of the story.  The sad truth is that debt slavery has become a Read more…

NYSE:FAZ, NYSE:TZA, NYSE:XLF

ETF Strategy: Putting Cash In Your Wallet With ETF Tax-Loss Harvesting (GXC, FXI, SKF, KBE, BAC, KBWB)

December 16th, 2011

Ron Rowland: Exchange traded funds (ETFs) are wonderful for many reasons. And as year-end approaches, I want to remind you of a key strategy using ETFs — because it can put money in your Read more…

NYSE:FXI, NYSE:GXC, NYSE:KBE, NYSE:KBWB, NYSE:SKF




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