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DJ Transportation Average Ishares 162.06 0.87 0.54%
Shipping Guggenheim 18.54 0.1 0.54%
DJ US Aerospace & Defense Ishares 116.36 -0.46 -0.39%
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Ultrashort Health Care Proshares 13.9 0.05 0.36%
Ultra Health Care Proshares 134.13 0.98 0.74%

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The Bears Are Coming For Gold

The Bears Are Coming For Gold

For the last few years, radio and TV ads have tooted gold's horn as a safe investment and a hedge against yet another stock market crash. According to one particular commercial, this impending crash is a matter of when, not if.   While gold is often touted as a fear trade, history shows its usefulness seldom extends beyond  that of an effective hyperinflation hedge.  In a world still warding...

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Keep your Eye On Sentimental Rotation

Keep your Eye On Sentimental Rotation

For the last two years, investors have been pulling money from their mutual funds and parking it into an online account to try and manage it themselves. They aren’t “trying to time the markets” as much as they are investing in ETF’s (Exchange Traded Funds) Being able to see what your portfolio is doing on a tick by tick basis will turn most investors into emotional investors. Emotional...

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New Year's Predictions For The SPX? Not From Us

New Year's Predictions For The SPX? Not From Us

A few weeks ago, the noted market commentator and blogmeister Barry Ritholz featured an item about the uselessness of year-end reviews and year-ahead predictions. “Nobody knows nuthin'” was his summary, a phrase that is the secret mantra of both show business and the investment industry. We were reminded of this by looking at the 2014 consensus predictions for the S&P500 (SPX) issued...

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I Don’t Have Anything To Say About The Market Today

I Don’t Have Anything To Say About The Market Today

Every work day, I read the news, watch the market, write what I write, and I generally do it with a dispassionate, objective view. Some days, though, my dispassionate view is challenged, but I get past it. Other days, such as yesterday, I read about an action so cold, I cannot put my compassion away; I cannot look the other way. My objectivity goes out the window and I just want to scream....

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TLT Is A Buying Opportunity

TLT Is A Buying Opportunity

Throughout 2014, trading U.S. bonds via the ETF, iShares Barclays 20+ Year Bond Fund (TLT), has been my go-to trade of the year. Following the breakout above the $105 level in the first quarter, the TLT has gone on to outperform the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY) by 7.73% year to date, even after the end of the Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing program this fall and the various Wall...

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EWY Sets Up An Attractive Short Scenario

EWY Sets Up An Attractive Short Scenario

As the U.S. continues to be the main equity game in town and the country enjoys the benefits of more aggressive monetary easing than the Eurozone since 2009, emerging markets are struggling. Among them, South Korean stocks appear to be on a precipice. EWY (iShares MSCI South Korea) offers a way to go short this market, a trade that could balance the risk of heavy, long exposure to U.S....

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The S&P 500 Is Going To Crash

The S&P 500 Is Going To Crash

Yes, the headline is true, but knowing when it is going to crash is more important than if it is going to crash. We have seen four crashes in the last 16 years, so expecting it not to crash would just be silly. I have seen that headline over and over for the last four years. Some were quick to jump on the “I told you so” crash of 2010 or the big drop in 2011, but each huge drop was quickly...

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2015 Is Coming, Where Will The Market Go

2015 Is Coming, Where Will The Market Go

November and December are usually pretty good months for the equity markets. Thanksgiving gives the market a boost, and there is normally a “Santa Claus” rally to carry into the end of the year. But there are only 30 trading days left until 2015. What's likely to happen in the rest of 2014? Our best guess: nothing much. Back in the spring, we calculated the top for this year would come in...

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BRICs, C. Discretionary, & NYSE Volume Fell

Consumer Discretionary Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLY) Relative Strength Ratio (XLY/SPY) fell below its lows of the past year. iShares MSCI BRIC Fund (BKF) Relative Strength Ratio (BKF/SPY) broke down below its lows of the previous 7 months on 11/10/14. The S&P 500 Composite Index (SPX) rose to a new high, thereby reconfirming its preexisting systematically bullish trend. NYSE total...

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The Consumer May Be Feeling Better this Holiday Season

The Consumer May Be Feeling Better this Holiday Season

The holiday season is just around the corner. Traders and economic watchers will be closely watching the Retail Sector given the dismal turnout by consumers in recent years. The XRT (SPDR S&P Retail ETF) peaked in 2013 and since has traded sideways, until today.  There are clues that this year may be a different season for both the consumer and retailers alike, and traders will be...

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For Phase I of Markets re-design, we are introducing simple OHLC bar charts with a volume histogram.

To adjust the period and scale of the chart, use the "slider" bar which appears underneath the Volume histogram frame. If the slider frame is not appearing, you may need to adjust the 'Zoom' view of your internet browser or adjust your screen resolution to a lower resolution.

By dragging the start and end arrows of the slider bar to the left and right, you can easily adjust the date range.

Features planned for Phase II will include a selection of chart types and a technical indicator library with the ability to define a custom date range for the chart data.

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