Equity ETFs Get Spooked As European Fears Remain

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[Chart courtesy of MarketWatch.com] After a stellar performance for equities last week, Halloween scared off investors to make markets end the month on a low note. Major indexes took a sizeable dip, with the S&P 500 falling 2.47%. Also, after recent dollar weakening, the dollar came back up to $1.38/Euro. Most startlingly, the VIX jumped a staggering 22.14%, nearly hitting …

More Domestic Equity ETFs Have Entered Bullish Territory

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With a record October for equities, despite Europe’s questionable financial state of affairs, domestic ETFs have become increasingly attractive, rising well above their long-term trend lines, sneaking into bullish territory. Whereas in the past couple weeks, I was limiting myself to selected sector ETFs, besides my established position in bond ETFs, the technicals warrant some domestic ETF exposure as well. …

The Real Scoop on Europe: In Pictures and Words

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Markets reacted with great exuberance to EU leaders finally come up with some sort of debt crisis resolution. Although this provides some temporary relief, the long-term view still looks dour. If you seem unconvinced, take a look at this frightening interconnected web of European debt exposure. It’s clear that the current Eurozone package has only pushed out liabilities for another …

10-28-2011

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ETF/No Load Fund Tracker Newsletter For Friday, October 28, 2011 ETF/No Load Fund Tracker StatSheet ————————————————————- THE LINK TO OUR CURRENT ETF/MUTUAL FUND STATSHEET IS: https://theetfbully.com/2011/10/weekly-statsheet-for-the-etfno-load-fund-tracker-newsletter-updated-through-10272011/ ———————————————————— Market Commentary Friday, October 28, 2011 AN UNEVENTFUL DAY, BUT AN ACTION PACKED WEEK FOR ETFS The markets seemed to be in TGIF mode today given the relatively low volume and overall flatness …