No Load Fund/ETF Tracker updated through 6/28/2007

Ulli Uncategorized 2 Comments

My latest No Load Fund/ETF Tracker has been posted at:

Despite higher oil prices, a pre-Fed announcement rally pushed the major indexes slightly higher

Our Trend Tracking Index (TTI) for domestic funds/ETFs is now positioned +3.30% above its long-term trend line (red) as the chart below shows:

The international index has now moved to +6.69% above its own trend line, as you can see below:

For more details, and the latest market commentary, as well as the updated No load Fund/ETF StatSheet, please see the above link.

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  1. Ulli,

    I just finished reviewing the ETF Master List for this week.

    I can’t help but be impressed with both the number of offerings and the diversity that they represent.

    And something that really stands out to me is the choices offered to those wanting to take advantage of both market directions, up and down. And the double and triple inverse funds that one must believe are leveraged in ways that many who might be tempted to buy them can’t possibly have an appreciation for.

    History and economics are favorite subjects of mine and I can’t help but wonder if what we see being offered today doesn’t in some way give some clues to what it must have been like in the Summer of 1929 and The Twilight of Illusion.


  2. Yes, the variety of ETFs is truly amazing. As I said before, tracking all of them may give us the opportunity to find those that help a portion of our portfolios “zig” when the markets “zag.”


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