Creativity on the product development front has become a defining characteristic of the ETF industry, as the surge in the number of ETF offerings in recent years has been driven not by
Thanks to protests in North Africa, oil prices have been surging in recent weeks as investors fear the loss of meaningful supplies of the important commodity from the world supply.
Thursday brought a volume fueled wave of selling to Wall Street, as all five major indices ended the session well in the red. The small-cap Russell 2000 led the market decline, as it fell 2.5% yesterday.
We track US Asset Class Trends to determine which subclasses would be the best for your long term investment portfolio. Whether you are using a buy and hold or momentum based portfolio
Thomas Carreno: Today was a clear confirmation to me that we have switched from the massive bullish trend since late August 2010 to a beginning bearish trend. In yesterday’s post I pointed out
David Fry From ETF Digest goes into detail on an ETF discussing the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (NYSE:SPY) in a video.
Despite the weakness in junior gold mining stocks, it’s been a pretty good week for holders of U.S. Gold Corp. (NYSE:UXG) shares.
Gold (NYSE:GLD) is breaking into new 52 week highs and silver (NYSE:SLV) is at its highest point in more than thirty years as Libya one of the largest oil producers faces a civil war.
Many readers might remember that exactly two years ago the S&P 500 tagged the infamous 666 price level before putting on a monster 2 year rally that saw it surge over 100% to the February
Last month a massive earthquake struck the New Zealand city of Christchurch on the country’s south island, killing more than 160 people and causing widespread destruction.
History repeats itself. Somebody important1 said so. Many silver traders and investors regard the gold/silver ratio now and think that old maxim is being proved again.
Traders across the world are watching critical chart levels in the US Equity Indexes very closely… so let’s take a look at these reference levels closely.
U.S. small cap stocks have been doing well recently. In fact, small cap blend (NYSE:IWM) has a 24.15% 52-week return. Only the Smallcap Growth (NYSE:IWO) and Midcap Growth (NYSE:IWP)
The first baby boomers preparing for retirement with the still steaming financial meltdown at the forefront of our minds. We have been building a simple set of funds that have the potential to
A few weeks ago I told you about opportunities in a huge Asian country overshadowed by an even bigger neighbor. I was talking about India. The bigger neighbor, of course, is China.