With most blue-chip companies earnings scheduled over the coming weeks and sentiments being mixed, investors should closely monitor the movement of the Dow ETF and grab an opportunity that arises from...
What matters, according to the market, are the trade talks between the U.S. and China, and that any possible agreement (on pulling back higher tariffs, etc.) would be a revitalizing tonic.
IWS and IYM saw massive trading volumes in the last session.
These ETF areas should gain considerably if there is a trade deal between the United States and China.
Year over year, we see +1.7% on the Consumer Price Index headline, and +2.4% on "core."
Though buying back t-bills is apparently a major part of the Fed's new plan, Powell stated "in no sense is this QE." He will have a chance to clarify today.
Subtracting volatile short-term food & energy prices, PPI core goes to -0.3%, down from an expected +0.2%.
Nearly 50K employees in the UAW continue to carry picket signs, as negotiations between the union's office and the GM board appear to have hit a snag.
The last time we were at 3.5% was 1969, a calculator cost you $300, Cher was still with Sonny, and the Rolling Stones were still in their 20s.
Key to economic data yet to be reported today is the ISM non-manufacturing survey for September, following the near-disaster in ISM Manufacturing.
JKG and FDN saw massive trading volumes in the last session.
Inside the top-performing leveraged ETFs of the third quarter of 2019.
At 135K new jobs on the month, we still stay ahead of employment neutrality -- the point at which retirees are offset by new hires.
Inside the key ETF events for the month of September.
Inside the ETF asset flow report for the month of September.
Despite moderate broader market performance, these ETF areas outperformed the market in September.
We've still got a couple weeks before we can expect the spigot to open for a new earnings season.
RYT and PXI saw massive trading volumes in yesterday's trading session.
Q2 GDP came in as expected, as did Advance Trade in Goods and Jobless Claims -- but headlines from the nation's capitol are worth watching.