No Load Fund/ETF Tracker updated through 7/26/2007

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My latest No Load Fund/ETF Tracker has been posted at:http://www.successful-investment.com/newsletter-archive.phpThe bears managed to pull the major indexes off their highs and handed the bulls a solid defeat. The markets had their worst week in 4 years. Our Trend Tracking Index (TTI) for domestic funds/ETFs still remains +1.77% above its long-term trend line (red) as the chart below shows: The international …

No Load Fund/ETF Tracker Remains In Buy Mode

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Despite today’s sharp sell off, which was reminiscent of the one we experienced on February 27, our Trend Tracking Indexes (TTIs) stayed above their long-term trend lines, and therefore in Buy mode. Both TTIs gave up ground, but are remaining above their dividing lines to bear territory as follows: Domestic TTI: +2.79%International TT: +4.12% Due to the recent market rally, …

No Load Fund/ETF Investing: How To Stay On The “Right” Side Of The Market

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As you know from my writings, there aren’t too many investment professionals, authors, articles and market philosophies I can agree with. My guess is that there are less than a handful of people in this country whose investment approaches I admire. So, it’s really refreshing to occasionally come across an article that represents my view 100%. Al Thomas’ piece on …

ETF Investing: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

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With my ETF Master List now containing 497 ETFs, the investment choices are becoming definitely overwhelming to some. Using momentum figures, as displayed in my weekly StatSheet, makes it easy to sort out those performers that are worthy your attention and discard those which are heading in the wrong direction. Here are the top five ETFs, which I have sorted …

Retirement Investing: How To Increase Your Portfolio By $500k

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CNBC recently reported that Bear Stearns has told investors in two hedge funds that speculated in subprime mortgages that the funds are now essentially worthless. Hmm, while the final numbers still have to be compiled, essentially that means that the investors have lost their entire investments. Gone! 100% loss! Out the window! Down the drain! This reminded me of an …