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Bullish Breakout In The Guggenheim Shipping ETF (SEA)

sellbuyMorpheus Trading: The Guggenheim Shipping ETF (NYSEARCA:SEA) has formed a bullish, 8-week consolidation above the rising 10-week MA. We also see the base forming above the "dirty" uptrend line (dotted red line on the chart below):
NYSE:SEA November 18, 2013 1:13pm

Shipping ETF Poised To Surge On Improving Global Conditions

shippingSeptember started off on a solid note for the shipping industry, which was under stress over the last few years on macroeconomic headwinds and declining rates. The industry is bouncing back strongly with rising freight rates on the back
NYSE:SEA September 20, 2013 4:16pm

3 Transportation ETFs In Focus

transport fedex upsThe transportation industry occupies an important niche in the world market and includes movement of freight and passengers through different modes such as rail, trucks, ships, and air. It is highly competitive, capital intensive and depends
NYSE:IYT April 16, 2013 4:16pm

This Leading Indicator Works For Me; Now Put It To Work For You (SEA, UUP, FXA)

Tom Essaye: Being a true contrarian investor isn’t just about investing in unloved sectors of the market or specific stocks. It’s also about conducting research and discovering indicators that the crowd doesn’t follow — indicators that can help give
NYSE:FXA June 20, 2012 1:13pm

Investors: How To Put Rising Gasoline Prices To Work For You (AMLP, SEA, USO, UGA, XLE)

Tom Essaye: As I look back on the first quarter of 2012, one of the most glaring events was the rise in gas prices here in the U.S. Wholesale gasoline began the year at $2.66/gallon on the NYMEX, and closed last Friday at $3.33, a gain of 67 cents … a jaw-dropping 25 percent.

NYSE:AMLP April 4, 2012 1:13pm

The Baltic Dry Shipping Index Just Turned A Big Corner (JJC, SEA, DBB, RIO, VALE, BHP)

Tim Seymour:  After a harrowing two-month plunge, the Baltic Dry index of shipping costs has finally rounded a bottom. The question is whether this is more than a brief respite for this key indicator of the health of global commodity markets — everything from grain to iron ore.

NYSE:DBB February 21, 2012 4:16pm

Baltic Dry Index: Why Is Global Shipping Slowing Down So Dramatically? (SEA, TZA, SPXU, SPY, EWG, VGK)

Michael Snyder: If the global economy is not heading for a recession, then why is global shipping slowing down so dramatically?  Many economists believe that measures of global shipping such as the Baltic Dry Index are leading economic indicators.  In other words, they change before the overall
NYSE:EWG February 8, 2012 1:13pm

Global Shipping ETF Keeps Sinking and Airlines Look Nearly As Vulnerable (SEA, FAA, CEA, TAM, AMR)

Jonathan Yates: The shipping industry exchange-traded fund, Claymore/Delta Global Shipping ETF (NYSEARCA:SEA) continues to sink, but rising fuel costs are also taking their toll on airline operators.
NYSE:FAA December 16, 2011 3:15pm

Shipping Is Down But The Baltic Dry Index Is Up (SEA, ALEX, TGP, TK, CPLP)

Jonathan Yates: While the Guggenheim Shipping (NYSEARCA:SEA) exchanged-trade fund is down, the Baltic Dry Index is up. What is causing this nominally bizarre divergence between shipping stock benchmarks?
NYSE:SEA December 2, 2011 1:13pm

American Airlines & General Maritime Bankruptcies Create Short Opportunity For Shipping, Airlines

Jonathan Yates: Bankruptcy filings by American Airlines (NYSE:AMR) today and from General Maritime (PINK:GMRRQ) earlier in the month emphasize the profitability of shorting the exchange-traded fund for airlines, Guggenheim Airline ETF (NYSEARCA:FAA), and for shipping,
NYSE:FAA November 29, 2011 2:14pm

Shorting Transports Into A Possible Commodity Bounce (USO, GLD, SLV, FAA, SEA, FRO, XHB)

Jonathan Yates: With Quantitative Easing 3 on the way and uber-investor Jim Rogers shorting stocks and going long on commodities, short- and long-term exchange-traded fund plays are in order.
NYSE:FAA November 25, 2011 11:11am

Top 5 Countries Most Widely Represented By ETFs (SEA, EWL, EWU, SIL, GLDX)

Jared Cummans: As the ETF universe has expanded rapidly over the past few years, so too has the reach of its exposure. Where there was once only a few hundred products for basic investing, there now stands over 1,400 ETFs with more than one trillion in combined assets. There are now ETFs for not only
NYSE:EWL November 23, 2011 5:17pm

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