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How To Pick A Sector ETFMarch 15, 2017
Sector investing is popular, and we’ve been hearing a lot about sector rotation opportunities in the face of changing correlations since President Trump’s victory last year. But as an investor, how do you know when it’s time to get in or out of a sector? How do you pick the best sector to be in?
As U.S. stock markets have reached all-time highs some people are pointing the finger at exchange-traded funds, arguing that ETFs have caused this run-up because they have become so popular so quickly, and in the process have created a bubble waiting to burst. It is tempting to believe these bubble fears are true. After all,
The Securities and Exchange Commission did not approve the first physical bitcoin ETF, the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust (COIN), after more than three years since the filing first entered the regulatory pipeline. In a 38-page statement released Friday, regulators cited concerns over bitcoin’s unregulated status, and the difficulty of preventing manipulation and providing oversight in this
Betting On Red: Building A Russian ETF PortfolioFebruary 15, 2017
Russia has been in the news in the past few years, and ETF investors owe it to themselves to take measure. We take a closer look at Russia—a big oil-producing country whose actions affect geopolitical stability, the price of oil and, if you believe it, even the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Whether you’re long or