From Invesco: There are 26 constituents in the S&P 500 Communication Services Select Sector Index, but only one was on the minds of investors in late July — Facebook.
From Chris Kimble: In trading, all that matters is price. And I tend to look use it to identify patterns that can help investors and traders.
From Tony Sagami: A rising tide lifts all boats, right? During a healthy bull market, you see widespread participation — called market breadth — among all stocks.
From Chris Kimble: When it comes to S&P 500 ETF’s, they may be equal (who stocks they own), yet they can be much different when it comes to performance.
From Dana Lyons: A look at the Equal Weight S&P 500 has something for both the bulls and the bears.
From Grant Wasylik: Want to win a steak dinner, $20 or just a friendly wager?
Equal weight ETFs, such as the Guggenheim S&P 500 Equal Weight ETF (RSP) and the PowerShares Russell 1000 Equal Weight ETF (EQAL), have gotten a lot of attention lately thanks to their performance relative to the broader market.
Seasoned analyst Grant Wasylik presents a duo of ETFs that when used in tandem can offer market-beating gains — without increased risk versus the S&P 500 index.
From David Fabian: The first indexes to ever grace the field of exchange-traded funds were all market-cap weighted baskets. This structure gives the largest share of assets to the stocks with the biggest outstanding share floats. In many ways this makes sense, because it provides investors with the same distribution of wealth that market prices have […]
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