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iShares Core S&P 500 ETF (IVV)
iShares Core S&P 500 ETF (IVV)
iShares Core S&P 500 ETF (IVV)
iShares Core S&P 500 ETF (IVV)
iShares Core S&P 500 ETF (IVV)
S&P 500 Weekly Update: Tariff Tantrums And A Flight To Safety - Relax And Be Patient
"It's not always easy to do what's not popular, but that's where you make your money." - John Neff While it doesn't feel that way, the stock market has managed the pullback from its recent all-time high relatively well, and while "trade" has been given the lion's share of the blame…
Weekly Economic Vital Signs - Fasten Your Seat Belts
New and Existing Home Sales New homes sales declined 6.9% in April to an annualized 673,000, but that was from an upwardly revised 723,000 in March. Sales are up 7% year-over-year and higher priced homes ($400k+) are gaining share. Mortgage rates, which have fallen 50 basis points since th…
E-Mini S&P 500: Triggered A Weekly Buy Signal From 2,809
In the report we published on Seeking Alpha last week, we indicated that the average price for the E-mini S&P 500 this week was 2,851. If the market completes the target that was anticipated of 2,867, which is the mean this week, it would complete this pattern, and we would wait to see…
S&P 500: 2016 All Over Again
Just four weeks ago, I discussed that things were getting a little frothy in my article "S&P-500: Sentiment Getting Complacent," and discussed that it wasn't an ideal time to be starting new positions. Bullish sentiment was through the roof, less experienced traders were pressing their…
Suddenly U.S. Service Sector Growth Dives, Manufacturing Gets Even Weaker
Slowest growth in orders since Oct 2009. Cleanest dirty shirt gets dirtier. These are just the "Flash" Purchasing Managers' Indices ((PMI)) which are reported a week before the final PMIs at the end of the month, and they represent just one view, but these are big moves, both, in US manufa…
U.S. Household Debt Position Is Best It's Been For Decades
Big Numbers Don't - Necessarily - Mean Big Problems It's trivially easy to show that this or that other economic number is at record ever levels. Just quote the non-inflation adjusted number. If that doesn't do it then just shout about some total, without adjusting for population, or incom…
Short And Sharp: The Technology Cold War
With the U.S. intensifying its battle via restrictions on exports of technology to China, the trade war is increasingly showing signs of becoming a tech war. Broad market reaction to the latest developments has been surprisingly subdued. Maybe investors believe the impact will be isolated to j…
A Fed Rate Cut Looks Unlikely This Year. Here's Why
By Paul Eitelman Is the market-implied probability of a U.S. Federal Reserve (the Fed) rate cut later this year overblown? Our answer: Yes. Although markets currently peg the odds of a lowering in borrowing costs at roughly 55% by the end of 2019 1 , we see this as an unlikely outcome,…
Here's Why The Market Could Melt Down From Here
Source: Business Insider A few weeks ago, when stocks were near their all-time highs, I penned an article explaining why you may want to take some profits, sell in May and go away this year. Here we are several weeks later, and May has not been a good month for stocks i…
Futures look to rebound after tough week
Wall Street is hoping to cap the last day of the trading week with modest gains, following a 300-point rout for the Dow Jones Industrial Average last night that tipped the benchmark into a week-to-date decline of just over 1% . More news on: SPDR S&P 500 Trust ETF, Invesco QQQ ETF, SP…