ETF Tracker Newsletter For May 6, 2022

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ETF Tracker StatSheet           You can view the latest version here. TROUNCING AND BOUNCING [Chart courtesy of MarketWatch.com] Moving the markets After the Dow dropped another 400 points to start the session, dip buyers stepped in and pushed the major indexes just above their unchanged lines. Giving an assist in this sudden turnaround, was Fed mouthpiece Kashkari by hinting that …

ETF Tracker Newsletter For April 29, 2022

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ETF Tracker StatSheet           You can view the latest version here. RED APRIL [Chart courtesy of MarketWatch.com] Moving the markets Despite the shocking negative first quarter GDP reading of -1.4% (annually), the markets managed to string together a MegaLiftathon on Thursday, but today’s reality check pulled the indexes back down below where they started yesterday. So much for buying the …

ETF Tracker Newsletter For April 22, 2022

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ETF Tracker StatSheet           You can view the latest version here. PUKING INTO THE WEEKEND [Chart courtesy of MarketWatch.com] Moving the markets After yesterday’s pump and dump session, during which the Dow jumped to a 300-point lead early on, only to see those gains wiped out, with the index closing with a loss of almost 370 points. That bearish momentum …

ETF Tracker Newsletter For April 1, 2022

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ETF Tracker StatSheet           You can view the latest version here. ATTEMPTING A COMEBACK [Chart courtesy of MarketWatch.com] Moving the markets A new quarter is upon us, and many investors prefer not being reminded of the first one, because it turned out to be the worst in 2 years, Yesterday’s sudden drubbing, with the Dow dumping some 550 points, was …

ETF Tracker Newsletter For March 25, 2022

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ETF Tracker StatSheet           You can view the latest version here. CLIMBING A WALL OF WORRY   [Chart courtesy of MarketWatch.com] Moving the markets Given the news events this week, it has become clear that markets have simply disconnected from reality and therefore were able to climb a wall of worry. Here’s why: The war in Ukraine continues The Fed is …