Sectors

ETF Battles: TQQQ vs. FNGU – A Duel Between Leveraged High Tech ETPs

This is an excerpt of ETF Battles between TQQQ vs. FNGU – it’s a duel between these technology leveraged ETPs.  Who wins the battle? TQQQ and FNGU go against each other in key categories, including cost, performance and a mystery category Both products track technology stocks with 300% or 3x daily leverage Both products have …

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ETF Battles: XLE vs. ICLN Who Wins?

This is an excerpt from ETF Battles on ETFguide TV between XLE vs. ICLN – two beaten up energy ETFs with very different goals. Who wins the battle? Energy ETFs were pulverized during the first quarter along with the rest of the broader stocks market.  And the collapse in oil prices and energy stocks has …

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First Look ETF: Analyzing New and Interesting ETFs like NETL, HOMZ, and NERD

This is an excerpt from the video titled First Look ETF: Analyzing NETL, HOMZ, and NERD with Ron DeLegge at ETFguide.  Several years ago, Dos Equis, a beer brand, ran a “most interesting man in the world” campaign with a gray-bearded debonair gentleman who could do no wrong. On today’s episode, we’re going to APE that …

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Stock Market Pit

Should You Make Portfolio Decisions Based Upon Historical Correlations?

Market correlations explain to us the similarity in performance and behavior by different types of assets. For investors,  correlation comparisons might be between two commodities (NYSEARCA:DBC), two stocks, a stock and a commodity, or even a stock and an index. Should correlations be used to make investment decisions? Over the past three years, the Technology Sector SPDR ETF …

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Don’t Let the ‘Great Yield Slide’ Punch You in the Nose

At the beginning of the year, the yield on 10-Year U.S. Treasuries was just shy of 3% and appeared ready for takeoff into the stratosphere. Alas, the long-awaited period of runaway interest rates had arrived! The something weird happened. U.S. Treasury yields (ChicagoOptions:^TNX)– like a schizophrenic mad scientist straight out of the movies – suddenly …

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