Category Archives: ETF Analysis

New All-Time Highs in S&P 500 High Beta and Equal Weight ETFs

While low volatility large caps are struggling to maintain positive performance for the year, high beta stocks are rallying to new highs. The S&P 500 high beta and equal weight ETFs just made new-all time closing highs. Share

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Performance in Stable and Chaotic Markets Based on the CSSA Regime Indicator

The CSSA Regime Indicator was recently ¬†presented by David Varadi in his blog. This is an interesting indicator that appears to have performed exceptionally well in a few major stock indexes. In this blog, the ability of this indicator in … Continue reading

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The Unstoppable Solar ETF

With YTD performance of 36.72% and RSI(14) at 71.11, this ETF appears unstoppable: The TAN is now approaching strong resistance near the high of last year at $50. Note that the high of 2011 was near $75. Thus, there is … Continue reading

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Bonds Are Outperforming Stocks: Will This Be a Replay of 2011?

The year-to-date return of TLT is now about ten times higher that of SPY total return. The technical analysis in this blog shows a crucial point has been reached and this is also evident from the falling bond yields and … Continue reading

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Shorting the Euro and Buying US Stocks Has Made Big Profits

While the retail investor had not made any profits in the US stock market this year on the average, hedge funds and speculators have made big profits shorting the euro and buying US stocks. This has accelerated the fall of … Continue reading

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ETFs: Winners and Losers Year-to-Date

As of the close of Thursday, March 12, 2015, solar is at the top of the list with biotech following. At the bottom, euro currency and oil are suffering large losses. Share

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