From John Jagerson: With few exceptions, most Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) have done very well so far in 2019. For investors who took advantage of the opportunity in ETFs that follow the S&P 500 or similar large-cap stock indexes, this has rung especially true. From the beginning of the year through the market close on […]
From ETF Channel: Exchange traded funds (ETFs) trade just like stocks, but instead of ”shares” investors are actually buying and selling ”units”. These ”units” can be traded back and forth just like stocks, but can also be created or destroyed to accommodate investor demand. Each week we monitor the week-over-week change in shares outstanding data, […]
From Dana Lyons: U.S. stocks are testing potentially important support stemming back several decades.
From Tyler Durden: On Friday, JPMorgan strategist John Normand revealed a striking statistic contextualizing the recent global risk-asset selloff: only on two prior occasions – the 1970s stagflation and the global financial crisis – have so many asset classes had negative returns in one year.
From Adem Tumerkan: At the beginning of October – I wrote the piece “I Now See an 85% Chance of a Global Earnings Recession by Late 2019”.
From Streetwise Reports: Technical analyst Clive Maund charts the markets and explains why he finds that the U.S. stock market is at an unprecedented overbought extreme.
From Adem Tumerkan: After many years of cheap money and asset bubbles – it looks like the upside is finally over.
From Adem Tumerkan: It’s summertime earnings season – and as I’ve written about before, I expect this to be the beginning of a deep global earnings recession.
Technical analyst Chris Kimble examines the chart of a classic market indicator and finds reason for investors to worry about a wider pullback.
From Palisade Research: The turbulence throughout the markets last week – thanks to Italy – has given investors their first taste of a frothy summer.
From Jill Mislinski: The S&P 500 index is arguably the most well-known worldwide. It is based on the market cap of the 500 largest companies in the U.S. The first-ever ETF, introduced in 1989, hoped to mimic the index, but was short-lived due to a lawsuit.
From Ciovacco Capital: The S&P 500 peaked 101 days ago on January 26, 2018. Williams %R, which helps us track momentum, is shown at the bottom of each weekly chart below.
From Contrarian Outlook: With the jaw-dropping stock-market dives we’ve seen in the last 3 months, you can be forgiven if your stomach tightens just a bit when you go to check your retirement account.
From Adem Tumerkan: The yield curve is an important way to predict if a recession is approaching, and right now, it’s signaling that our economy is dangerously close to one.
From Tyler Durden: The S&P 500 is rebounding miraculously off its 100-day moving-average in the face of global panic about President Trump’s tariff proposals.