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J&J debt trades lower after pause of one-shot COVID-19 vaccine
Today 15:38 EDT
Johnson & Johnson's corporate bonds are trading lower across the board Tuesday, after two leading U.S. health agencies recommended a pause on its one-shot COVID-19 vaccine after six vaccinated women...
Still A Bullish Fever In Stocks?
Today 11:26 EDT
S&P 500 still appears as entering a consolidation, but I‘m not looking for way too much downside. The Big Tech names would decide, and if you look at Tesla doing well yesterday, the S&P 500 correction...
Investors Have Grown More Comfortable with Junk Bonds
Today 8:30 EDT
As default rates among low-rated U.S. companies dropped to their lowest level in months, fixed income investors have grown more “risk-on.” The iShares iBoxx $ High Yield Corp Bond ETF (NYSEArca: HYG)...
The 2 Best High-Yield Stocks for a Low-Yield World
Today 0:06 EDT
Interest rates may be up, but they’re still historically low. The best high-yield stocks are far better investments. Here are two that stand out.
How To Navigate The Market With These 3 Symbols
April 11, 2021
Last week’s focus was the Russel 2000, Transportation, and Semiconductors. The Russell 2000 has shown us general market direction and sentiment as it contains 2000 small cap U.S companies.
The ETF Portfolio Strategist : Saturday, April 10
April 10, 2021
American shares can’t be beat, at least not yet. Once again, our main proxy for US shares was the top weekly performer for trading relative to our 16-fund global opportunity set that proxies the major...
Baby boomers were all about bonds in 2020, but may now be leading the charge into stocks
April 08, 2021
VandaTrack data show investors have been pushing back into stocks, with the wealthy baby boomer generation leading the way.
Thursday, both the Russell 2000 and the Nasdaq 100 cleared major resistance levels from the 50-day moving average. In many traders/investors’ minds this has opened the bullish flood gates with new...
The ETF Portfolio Strategist: Saturday, April 3
April 03, 2021
Keeping up with beta remains challenging this year. All of our proprietary strategies are still trailing the Global Beta 16 benchmark. That’s not to say that the strategies don’t add value – they do,...
Preliminary Findings Show Investors Injected a Net $454 Billion Into U.S. Mutual Funds, ETFs in Q1
April 02, 2021
The average equity fund (including ETFs) experienced a 6.31% return for Q1 2021 and a whopping one-year return of 61.39%.
LQD, DEMZ: Big ETF Outflows
April 01, 2021
Looking at units outstanding versus one week prior within the universe of ETFs covered at ETF Channel, the biggest outflow was seen in the iShares iBoxx $ Investment Grade Corporate Bond ETF (LQD),...
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Buying Umbrella's When It's Sunny Out
April 01, 2021
Taking advantage of the higher market and lower volatility to add some inexpensive downside protection.
U.S. corporate bonds book second-worst quarterly loss in history. Why it isn’t all bad
March 31, 2021
Returns in the large investment-grade portion of the $10.6 trillion corporate bond market slump over the past three months to about a 4.5% loss, the sector's worst quarter since the global financial...
Despite Equity Issues Taking it on the Chin, Investors Inject $14.3 Billion into Equity ETFs
March 25, 2021
Investors were overall net purchasers of fund assets (including those of conventional funds and ETFs) for the seventh consecutive week.
Why Retreating Yields Don‘t Lift All Boats
March 24, 2021
Stocks declined but won‘t they run higher next? Tuesday‘s downswing changed precious little, and the Congressional testimony was a non-event.
Dangerous Game of Chicken
March 23, 2021
Monday‘s higher stock prices don‘t mean that the sky is the limit now – there were quite a few signs of weakness in related markets as well.
The selloff in the fixed income market dealt a significant blow to investment-grade rated bond exchange traded funds, with debt issued by some of the safest U.S. companies suffering their second-worst...
When To Trade And When To Do Nothing...
March 21, 2021
No one likes to feel as though they are missing out on profits by not participating. Taking that into mind, here is a way you can look at the major indices and come up with a clear plan of action.
There are pros to rising U.S. government bond yields a year after stock and bond markets tanked in response to the pandemic, but there are also cons if the sharp climb in yields keeps up.
March 19, 2021
My Special Inflationary Indicator
March 18, 2021
Wednesday the Federal Reserve stated that interest rates will continue to stay close to zero along with a new estimate for the unemployment rate down to 4.5% instead of 5% for the year.
Gold And Stock Bulls Are Getting Ready
March 15, 2021
Now that stocks closed at new all-time highs, the correction is officially over. And what little rest stock bulls could claim last week, arrived on Friday. Yet, the bull is strong enough to defend the...
Junk Bond ETFs Enjoy a Sudden Jump in Investor Interest
March 12, 2021
Speculative-grade junk bond ETFs are enjoying huge inflows as fixed income investors seek out riskier assets to generate significant yield. On Wednesday alone, the iShares iBoxx $ High Yield Corp Bond...
With strong returns in the fourth quarter, both investment grade and high yield corporate markets in the U.S. ended the year with positive returns over equivalent duration Treasuries.
Stocks Love Rising CPI, and Gold Should Too
March 10, 2021
Stocks are likely to take yesterday‘s setback in their stride, and this long, drawn-out correction increasingly appears to be approaching its inevitable end.
Seven Key Funds To Watch Next Week
March 07, 2021
Last week was very important to U.S. equity charts, and I have selected from my ETF watch list a collection of seven in particular whose patterns merit close watching next week.
U.S. ETFs Rake in $84.8 Billion in February
March 05, 2021
Equity ETFs took in the lion’s share, drawing a net $78.2 billion for the month, followed by bond ETFs (+$8.1 billion).
ETF Flows Report for 03/04/2021
March 04, 2021
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