Major Market ETFs Succumb To Bearish Pressures

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In last Friday’s market commentary, I suggested that over-indebted countries like Greece, Ireland and Portugal, among others, can’t and eventually won’t pay back the burden of continuously shouldering the mother of all indebtedness. While the ECB and most governments are still in denial of that fact, anxiety surrounding the euro zone debt drama increased over the weekend and global markets …

ETFs On The Cutline – Updated through 5/20/2011

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This past week’s rollercoaster ride was reflected on the equity side in the latest ETF Cutline report. More weakness than strength contributed to some slipping and sliding with the exception of the bond arena, which better maintained upward momentum. No surprise there, as bonds tend to rally when equities begin to soften. As in the prior week, more slippage occurred …

Looking Back to Look Ahead: ETF News And Blog Posts

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In case you missed it, here’s a summary of the topics that I posted to my blog during week ending on 5/20/2011. More of the same sloppy trading, as in the prior week, left the major indexes range bound with the S&P 500 losing 5 points. My published Cutline tables and Model ETF Portfolios can give you an assist by …

ETF Leaders And Laggards – For The Week Ending 5/20/2011

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Here are this past week’s top 5 winners and losers from my High Volume ETF Master List: In a repeat performance, the international TTI (Trend Tracking Index) has shown more weakness than the domestic one. This is clearly confirmed again by the worst performers of the bunch with 4 out of 5 being country ETFs. Disclosure: No holdings