From Sweta Killa: The so-called FAANG stocks — Facebook FB, Amazon AMZN, Apple AAPL, Netflix NFLXand Alphabet GOOGL — which were the biggest drivers of the nine-year bull run, are caught in a nasty broad market sell-off. Each of the five stocks has been falling persistently over the last six weeks and have now entered bear market.
From BlackRock: We see the economic expansion–and the outperformance of risk assets–having more room to run. Richard Turnill explains.
From Bill Hall: As I’ve told you in the past, I am obsessed with the 10-year U.S. Treasury … it’s my Magic Metric.
From Eric Bush: After underperforming in 2016, growth stocks have once again started to outperform value stocks in 2017.
Investors looking for ETFs with rising momentum should consider the iShares Russell 1000 Growth Index Fund (IWF). This product just hit a new 52-week high of $107.8 yesterday, and is now up 23.37% from its 52-week low price of $87.38 per share.
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Fidelity Investments announced on Wednesday that it has added a five more iShares exchange traded funds to its free trading program. Fidelity now offers its brokerage customers free trading on 30 ETFs all managed by BlackRock’s iShares unit, up from 25 when the partnership began