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Diversification is the theme that has emerged since. August 2008. Today investors are diversifying in multiple dimensions: nationally, regionally, industrially and from a sector perspective.
Stocks finished down on Thursday, and for the second straight day volume was mixed. All five major indices lost ground, but a late session rally kept the losses to a minimum. The Dow Jones
On Friday stocks rallied for a third consecutive day, giving bulls a perfect record thus far for the month of December. Further, the day ended with the Nasdaq setting a new 52 week high.
For the second consecutive day, the major indices gapped down to begin the session, but fought back to pare a significant portion of the intraday losses, only to dwindle into the close.
Friday’s trading brought the markets to their ugliest close in three weeks. The major indices gapped down at the open, rallied briefly and sold off sharply until 1:00 pm. The remainder of the trading
Over the last several years, the ETF industry has seemingly been locked in to “three steps forward, one step back” mode. August was the most recent step back, as ETFs experienced net cash outflows
The monthly ETF statistical bulletins have become somewhat predictable in recent months, as continued inflows into the ETF industry have been about as certain as death and taxes.
In trading on Monday, the iShares Dow Jones U.S. Oil Equipment & Services Index Fund (IEZ) is outperforming other ETFs, up about 2.67% on the day. Also up on the day is the