Last Week In Review: ETF News And Blog Posts To 11/18/2012

In case you missed it, here’s a summary of the ETF topics and market reviews I posted to my blog during the week ending on 11/18/2012.

More market pain became apparent this week, as the S&P 500 dropped some 1.5% over the past 5 trading days. It could have been a lot worse on Friday, but new hope was given to Wall Street as the Fiscal-cliff talks were considered to be ‘constructive.’ That was enough to pull the indexes out of another deep slump closing green for a change, a color which we have not seen all month when looking at closing prices of the averages.

Of course, that thin hope may disappear in no time when real hard decisions have to be made. I consider these opening meetings as nothing more than after election courtesy. Let’s see how this will play out once it becomes clear that the word ‘compromise’ has different interpretations across party lines.

Over past week, we covered the following:

One Man’s Opinion: Are Worries About The Fiscal Cliff Over-hyped?

New ETFs On The Block: RBS Launches Five Rogers Commodity ETNs

ETF/No Load Fund Tracker Newsletter For Friday, November 16, 2012

Weekly StatSheet For The ETF/No Load Fund Tracker Newsletter – Updated Through 11/15/2012

Last Hour Rally Saves The Day For Equities; Domestic TTI Barely Breaks The Trend Line To The Downside

Equities Get Bruised Again; Middle East Weighs; Europe Sinks

Equity Markets Get Clobbered; Trend Tracking Indexes (TTIs) Remain On The Bullish Side—But Barely

7 ETF Model Portfolios You Can Use – Updated through 11/13/2012

Major Indexes Fall As Budget Debate Weighs; Europe Rises

Equities Flat Ahead Of Budget Talks; Europe Slips Over Greece Uncertainty

ETFs/Mutual Funds On The Cutline – Updated Through 11/9/2012

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