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Daily Archives: March 2, 2011

Healthcare Stocks and this ETF Should Make Investor’s Portfolios Feel Better

Healthcare

According to our ETF Performance Tracker, iShares Dow Jones US Healthcare Provider (IHF) was one of the top performing equity ETFs today. Although the exchange traded fund is flirting with its 52 week high, ETF Stocks believes it’s still a few laps from the finish line. Our industry technical analysis confirms that the Dow...
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Daily ETF Roundup: UNG Continues Remarkable Slide, EWZ Surges On Petrobras Strength

Daily ETF Roundup: UNG Continues Remarkable Slide, EWZ Surges On Petrobras Strength

Despite surging prices for oil, U.S. equity markets managed to finish the day slightly higher as positive data on the employment front pushed some traders into stocks. The Dow finished ahead by 8 points while the S&P 500 managed to gain 0.2%, but b...
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High Probability ETF Trading: 7 ETFs You Need to Know for Wednesday (IYW, XLK, XHB, ITB, EWZ, VUG, UYG)

From technology to financials, sector-based ETFs pulled back sharply on Tuesday, setting up widespread oversold conditions for traders when trading begins on Wednesday.
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3.2.11 – Indecision

3.2.11 – Indecision

The stock market was relatively unchanged today, somewhat disappointing after yesterday’s Flush.  The Dow Industrials gained just 8 points to close at 12,066.80.  The S&P 500 Index was up .16% and the Nasdaq Composite did better, rising .39%.  Commodities like … Continue reading
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First There Were PIIGS to Worry Over, Now We Have MENA

First There Were PIIGS to Worry Over, Now We Have MENA

In these types of situations it is important to draw on one of my favorite investment rules. During times when the markets are driven by news, you have two choices. You can either panic early, or not at all.
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