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ETF Battles: QQQ vs. ARKK – Which ETF is Best Positioned for Future Growth?

This is an excerpt of ETF Battles between QQQ vs. ARKK on ETFguide TV – it’s a showdown between two ETFs focused on emerging market stocks  Who wins the battle? QQQ and ARKK go against each other in key areas, including cost, performance and exposure strategy QQQ is index linked whereas ARKK is actively managed …

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Elon Musk Thinks Index Funds And Short Sellers Are Colluding

If you thought Elon Musk (or as we like to call him in these quarters “Elon da Vinci”) was a dead man walking, you were wrong. Like Wile E. Coyote in the Road Runner cartoon, Musk can fall a thousand times off a thousand cliffs and never die. After Tweeting that Tesla (TSLA) had funding …

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Sexy vs. Boring: Who’s Winning?

Higher investment risk leads to higher investment returns, right? It’s a Wall Street axiom that we’ve heard so many times it’s become ingrained in us. But conventional wisdom and reality have the peculiar habit of departing from one another. And what’s happening in 2016 is a noteworthy example of this grand departure. With the year already …

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Globe’s Dullest Sector is Effortlessly Beating the S&P 500

The ho-hum utilities sector is the antithesis of popular stocks like Netflix (NasdaqGS:NFLX) and Tesla (NasdaqGS:TSLA). It’s a hyper un-sexy industry sector that’s been long associated with widows and orphans, rather than hotshot entrepreneurs who like to build rocket ships in the office parking lot. And guess what? The widows and orphans are beating the hotshots! Moreover, the widows …

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Are Momentum Stocks Losing their Momentum?

Are momentum stocks losing their luster? High flying momentum stocks like Tesla Motors (NasdaqGS:TSLA), Twitter (NYSE:TWTR), and GoPro (NasdaqGS:GPRO) have experienced sharp pullbacks over the past few months. Tesla and Twitter have fallen below their 50-day and 200-day moving average while GoPro now trades below its 50-day moving average. What’s next? (Audio)Listen to Ron DeLegge @ The Index Investing …

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