My apologies for being so bold in the subject line. But this is one of the most important columns I’ve ever written. Why? Because today I am going to give you a major heads up on the trends I see
If you’ve been missing some of Ron Rowland’s columns on exchange traded funds — ETFs — that we publish here each Thursday, then I think you may be making a serious tactical error.
I feel like I’m beating the same drum, but Treasury bond ETFs (NYSE:TLT) (20+ year) and (NYSE:IEF) (7-10 year) continue to breakout to fresh 2010 highs – and this morning gave us
In the half century since the colonial powers packed up and went home, Africa hasn’t done too well. Governments came and went with varying degrees of nationalism, socialism and capitalism. But they never really produced anything to brag about, and overall, nothing changed. Finally though, the
The United States Commodity Index Fund (NYSE:USCI) began trading last Tuesday (8/10/10). The fund’s objective is to match the SummerHaven Dynamic Commodity Index Total Return, less
Exchange traded funds [ETFs] are known for their ability to provide diversification, low cost alternatives, asset allocation and exposure to hard to reach markets and sectors. From a portfolio
Increased demand from global automakers and supply issues are expected to pose an opportunity in palladium and its exchange traded funds (ETFs).
As of July, there were 28 actively-managed ETFs on the US market that investors had access to. These were provided by 7 different issuers which include WisdomTree, Grail Advisors,
It was a rough week for equities this week, falling 4%, as the bad news continues to pile up with little end in sight for the slow growth, stagnant unemployment picture. There were some
As investors continue to be fearful of a double-dip recession or a lost decade in the US, Latin America, in particularly Colombia, and its exchange traded funds (ETFs) have reaped the
Historically speaking, over the last century, Australia’s stock market has outperformed all others and has offered the one of the lowest volatilities amongst all of its peers. As for the
I wrote about the Russell 2000 Index a few days ago and at the time I was writing about it the Russell 2000 looked like it was going to print quite a strong looking reversal hammer by the
Last week was exciting as investments rocketed higher or tank… We saw Gold and the US Dollar pop while oil and equities dropped sharply with heavy volume.
One of the key technical signals we were looking for in anticipation of a new major rally in gold was a close above the 50 day moving average. Well last week gold delivered that signal, twice.
Last week I said (NYSE:SPY), the ETF which tracks the S&P 500 Index, was at a critical juncture and the week of 8/9 would most likely determine the intermediate trend. We got a