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Defensive Sector ETFs For Turbulent Times
Article By: Herbert Blank
Wednesday, June 16, 2021 7:33 AM EDT
This week's chosen Consumer Staples ETFs are designed to offer stability instead of risk. Returns are lower, but so is volatility. We demonstrate how they have worked in market downturns and point out subtle differentiations.
In this article: VDC, VOO, XLP, FSTA
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CoT This Week - What Funds Are Buying, Future Hints
Article By: Paban Pandey
Sunday, June 13, 2021 8:29 PM EDT
The overall action is listless, with bulls beginning to wish for softer economic data, even as they doggedly maintain a buy-the-dip mentality.
In this article: FXE, QQQ, GLD, IVV, IWM, OIL, SPY, TLT, UDN, UUP, VOO, VIX
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CoT This Week: First June Look At What Hedge Funds Are Buying
Article By: Paban Pandey
Sunday, June 6, 2021 2:25 AM EDT
They are trying to prepare the markets for a day when the Fed starts unwinding its already-massive balance sheet. Meanwhile the status quo remains, which is volatility bulls’ inability to hold the rallies.
In this article: GLD, IVV, SPY, VOO, VIX Also: IEF, IWM, OIL, NDX
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This Week's Peek At What Noncommercials Are Buying, CoT
Article By: Paban Pandey
Sunday, May 30, 2021 3:03 AM EDT
The question is, when would the markets begin to seriously worry about tapering?
In this article: GLD, IVV, IWM, SPY, VOO, NDX, VIX Also: FXE, OIL, TLT
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Commitment Of Traders: Weekly Peek At Futures, Hedge Fund Buying
Article By: Paban Pandey
Sunday, May 23, 2021 2:50 AM EDT
Non-commercials have been quietly reducing their net shorts, which are currently at a 48-week low. The short-covering has not yet resulted in meaningful upward pressure on VIX.
In this article: IVV, SPY, VOO, VIX Also: FXE, OIL, TLT
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VOO vs. VTI: Which ETF Is a Better Investment?
Dick Kaplan 3/18/2020 12:49:25 AM

Nice explanation. I prefer $VTI when combined with $BND and $VXUS. $VOO I always purchase alone.

VOO vs. VTI: Which ETF Is a Better Investment?
Andrew Armstrong 3/18/2020 12:37:52 AM

Hmm, from a up and down perspective both are the same, the only difference is $VTI is index that matches the whole US market, and $VOO is an index that matches only the 500 companies. If you compare them, they look the same. As they go up and down in similar percentage, it dosen't really matter which one you pick. This is my opinion from my humble experience.

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