Tuesday, February 20, 2024
Solar ETF Shining as Rest of Market Dives Lower

Solar ETF Shining as Rest of Market Dives Lower

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The S&P 500 had its worst day in over a month, but one forgotten corner of the market was shining. The Invesco Solar Energy ETF...

Tracking the Bears in China

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Global economic and financial issues are back in the forefront. Turkey's been the main story in the last week, but today China has some...
Airline ETF Takes Off as Investors Embrace Rising Fares

Airline ETF Takes Off as Investors Embrace Rising Fares

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Investors are jumping on board airlines, one of the few industries with pricing power in a low-inflation environment. The U.S. Global Jets ETF (JETS) is...

What Recession? Chip Stocks Had Another Strong Quarter

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Two strange things happened last quarter: Chip makers went up and health-care stocks went down. The Philadelphia Semiconductor Index ($SOX) rose almost 7 percent between...

Tech Troubles, Emerging Meltdown Lifts Volatility

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Volatility's on the rise again today, especially for tech stocks and emerging markets. A combination of political risk, currency anxiety and simple buyer exhaustion seem...

Silver Attempts a Pre-Fed Breakout: Technical Analysis

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Silver has been dead money since the summer as the U.S. dollar ripped higher. But now it’s attempting a breakout -- despite next week’s...

Oil, Airlines and Housing: Charts to Watch

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Stocks have bounced sharply this week, but oil continues to slide. Crude oil futures (@CL) closed at their lowest level in more than four months...

Industrial Stocks Are Breaking Out as the Economy Roars Back from Coronavirus

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Industrial stocks are breaking out as the strengthening economy draws capital away from large technology stocks like Apple and Amazon.com. The SPDR Industrial ETF (XLI)...

Is the S&P 500 Rolling Over? Check Out Today’s Technical Analysis

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The S&P 500 has climbed for seven straight months. But it may face some near-term challenges as September gets underway. The main pattern on today’s...

Junior Nasdaq Beating QQQ Again as Low Volatility Draws Risk Takers Away From Apple

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Big-cap technology stocks like Apple are lagging again, even as investors start buying smaller companies on the Nasdaq. The chart below compares the Invesco Nasdaq...
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