ETF Tracker Newsletter For November 30, 2018

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ETF Tracker StatSheet https://www.theetfbully.com/2018/11/weekly-statsheet-for-the-etf-tracker-newsletter-updated-through-11-29-2018/ WHEN FOMO REPLACES FEAR [Chart courtesy of MarketWatch.com] Moving the markets The computer algos had a field day and drove the markets higher based on the assumption that “something could maybe possibly happen” when Trump and Xi meet for dinner this weekend. That sparked a buying panic based on FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out), which put …

Weekly StatSheet For The ETF Tracker Newsletter – Updated Through 11/29/2018

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ETF Data updated through Thursday, November 29, 2018 Methodology/Use of this StatSheet: From the universe of over 1,800 ETFs, I have selected only those with a trading volume of over $5 million per day (HV ETFs), so that liquidity and a small bid/ask spread are assured. Trend Tracking Indexes (TTIs) Buy or Sell decisions for Domestic and International ETFs (section …

Fed Head Powell’s Dovish Comments Power The Markets

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[Chart courtesy of MarketWatch.com] Moving the markets Today, only one topic mattered and that was what Fed chief had to say about interest rates. His comment that they are “just below where they won’t stimulate the economy” was enough to get the buying spree going with the major indexes scoring solidly, as the chart above shows. The Wall Street crowd …

See-Sawing Higher

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[Chart courtesy of MarketWatch.com] Moving the markets For most of the session, the major indexes see-sawed in and out of the red before, late in the day, cautious optimism prevailed insuring a green close. The gains were small, especially for the Nasdaq which barely crawled above the unchanged line. Despite the positive tone, SmallCaps (IWN) were not so lucky and …

Bouncing Back From Last Week’s Disaster

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[Chart courtesy of MarketWatch.com] Moving the markets After last week’s drubbing, it came as no surprise that a rebound was in order. Closely watched was the retail sector with analysts trying to gain some perspective as to the shopping traffic leading into the Holiday season. The picture was mixed, and not conclusive, as in-story traffic fell as much as 9% …