ETFs On The Cutline – Updated Through 06/28/2019

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Below, please find the latest High-Volume ETF Cutline report, which shows how far above or below their respective long-term trend lines (39-week SMA) my currently tracked ETFs are positioned. This report covers the HV ETF Master List from Thursday’s StatSheet and includes 322 High Volume ETFs, defined as those with an average daily volume of more than $5 million, of …

ETF Tracker Newsletter For June 28, 2019

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ETF Tracker StatSheet           You can view the latest version here. EDGING HIGHER ON HOPE FOR U.S.-CHINA TRADE PROGRESS [Chart courtesy of MarketWatch.com] Moving the markets While the major indexes traded above their respective unchanged lines throughout the session, a late push higher appeared to put an exclamation mark at the end of the day, as if to imply that …

Bad News Keep Markets Elevated—Hope Prevails Of A 0.5% July Rate Cut

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[Chart courtesy of MarketWatch.com] Moving the markets Boeing put a dent into the Dow’s performance today, which lagged as a result of news that the 737 MAX airplane has a “glitch” that could send it into an “uncontrollable” nosedive. That sent the shares tumbling early on, but they ended up stabilizing and finishing with a minor loss of some -2.5%. …

China Trade Deal Optimism Turns Into A False Alarm

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[Chart courtesy of MarketWatch.com] 1. Moving the markets I had to laugh this morning, when I saw the early market spike explained as having been a grammatical error. According to an early CNBC headline saying that Treasury Secretary Mnuchin said a trade deal “IS” 90% complete, and repeated by Bloomberg, pushed the computer algos into buying mode. As it turned …

Skidding Lower As Fed Disappoints

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[Chart courtesy of MarketWatch.com] 1. Moving the markets While equity markets can’t get enough dovishness from the Fed, to keep the rally going, today we saw some disappointment kick in, as traders translated the Fed’s comments as too hawkish. Fed chief Powell offered a “wait-and-see” posture on interest rates, which means that they prefer to continue monitoring the economy for …