Last month, China superseded the United States as the world’s largest energy consumer and the nation’s expected appetite for black gold is likely to provide positive price support to crude oil and
Today we saw big price destruction in the sp500 which gave back a good portion of the hard earned gains of last Friday’s reversal. I was looking for a confirmation of last Friday’s bullish reversal
“This week on Twitter, Elwalvador made a great point about how well the iPath S&P 500 VIX Mid-Term Futures ETN (NYSE:VXZ) has preformed, and that it’s actually moving more than iPath S&P
In trading on Monday, the ProShares Short KBW Regional Banking (NYSE:KRS) is outperforming other ETFs, up about 3.56% on the day. Also up on the day are the
Imbalances in global microeconomic forces are expected to take their toll on the steel industry providing negative price support for the metal exposing the Market Vectors Steel ETF (NYSE:SLX)
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When seeking out exposure to emerging markets, investors tend to gravitate towards the superstar economies of India and China, two markets that are expanding at mind-boggling rates as cities swell
In an era of an ETF or mutual fund for every idea or investment theme one can conjure up, one such fund focusing on capitalizing on uncertain market direction is the Collar Fund
The global debt crisis and the war on deflation by the Federal Reserve is causing more producers to find ways to invest their cash. This low interest rate environment which may continue for some
As we wind down August 2010 and get ready to start a new month soon, let’s take a quick overview look at the daily charts of leading financial fund (NYSE:XLF) and its popular double-short (double
I’m seeing unusual strength in the gold market. Strength that has reversed the very short-term negative trends in gold to positive, and even given me a new cycle projection on my software.
“Jumping into a stock because your rich neighbor did, or because you heard about it from your friend’s uncle who used to work on Wall Street, or because CNBC has been talking about it nonstop
On August 20, 2010, at the recommendation of Grail Advisors, LLC (the “Manager”) and RiverPark Advisors, LLC (“Subadviser”), the investment manager and subadviser, respectively, of the ETFs discussed below, the Board of Trustees of the Grail Advisors ETF Trust (“Trust”) approved the
“The U.S. Natural Gas Fund (NYSE:UNG) traded heavily on Friday, with investors selling-to-open 6 strike puts. The October 6 contract was the most active. More than 75,000 traded and 92% traded