ETF/No Load Fund Tracker Newsletter For January 22, 2016

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ETF/No Load Fund Tracker StatSheet ————————————————————- THE LINK TO OUR CURRENT ETF/MUTUAL FUND STATSHEET IS: https://theetfbully.com/2016/01/weekly-statsheet-for-the-etfno-load-fund-tracker-newsletter-updated-through-01212016/ ———————————————————— Market Commentary DIGGING OUT OF A HOLE [Chart courtesy of MarketWatch.com] 1. Moving the Markets Wall Street stocks scored a second day of gains Friday after a steep sell-off earlier in the week as oil prices bounced sharply higher and investors banked on …

Equities End Mixed As Crude Oil Slides

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[Chart courtesy of MarketWatch.com] 1. Moving the Markets The major U.S. stock indexes kicked off the trading week in a mixed fashion. U.S. stocks, still reeling from its worst yearly start ever, were able to close mostly higher in a bumpy trading session as traders shook off fears after China’s 2015 economic growth hit its lowest level in 25 years, …

Stability Returns; Or Is It A Dead Cat Bounce?

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[Chart courtesy of MarketWatch.com] 1. Moving the Markets After an early, rough start Thursday, stocks finally shot higher with the Dow jumping more than 300 points before moderating its gains after Wednesday’s brutal sell-off that sent the broad U.S. stock market down more than 10% from its highs. Of course, the indexes were oversold, so a bounce back had to …

Not A Horrible Day In The Market, But No Real Sunshine

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[Chart courtesy of MarketWatch.com] 1. Moving the Markets The stock market closed mixed on Monday, a welcome respite from what has been the worst start to a year ever on Wall Street, though the plunge in oil continued and sent crude prices to levels last seen in 2003. Stocks initially shrugged off more turbulence in the mainland China stock market …

China Troubles Continue To Spank Wall Street

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[Chart courtesy of MarketWatch.com] 1. Moving the Markets Wall Street’s worst opening to a new year since 2008 got even uglier today when repeated waves of selling sent the Dow tumbling almost 400 points and the Nasdaq into correction territory amid a global stock rout that started when China halted trading in its market again following a 7% plunge. The …