ETF Talk

Private Enterprise Will Destroy OPEC

Kent Moors: The solid façade of OPEC is crumbling. The latest indication that all is not well within the ranks of the oil cartel came on April 13, when the organization released its monthly Bulletin. Inside the magazine, the commentary slammed non-member nations for failing to follow the...

The State Of Precious Metals In 3 Charts

David Fabian:  The precious metals market continues to be one of the most schizophrenic trades of the year that has confounded both bulls and bears. Every rally attempt is fierce and short-lived, while ever decline seems to overshoot rational boundaries. Some love it, while others have given up...

China’s Secretive Gold Holdings May Soon Be Revealed To All

The Silver Bug: Next month could usher in a new era for the gold market. Policy makers in China have been pushing hard in their attempts to get the Yuan included in the IMF’s elite fiat currency basket, the SDR, also known as the Special Drawing Right. This fiat currency is the king of all fiat...

ETF Stats For March 2015; Trading Activity Picks Up

Ron Rowland: Twenty-three ETFs and two ETNs came to market in March.  Meanwhile, five ETFs shuttered operations and are no longer with us.  The net increase of twenty puts the month-end count of listed products at 1,687, consisting of 1,480 ETFs and 207 ETNs.  Actively managed funds added one...

Fascinating AAPL Formation Telegraphed Bullish Breakout

The April 22 Profit Radar Report highlighting this fascination AAPL (Nasdaq: AAPL) formation with the following commentary:

“AAPL, the most important stock in the world, hasn’t been able to nudge the S&P, Dow Jones or Nasdaq in either direction. That’s because AAPL is stuck in its own...

Nasdaq QQQ ETF Breaks out of Bull Flag

The April 22 Profit Radar Report showed this chart of the Nasdaq-100 and stated:
“There are similarities between AAPL and the Nasdaq-100, which is forming a potential bull flag. A break above 4,465 – 4,485 (corresponding level for QQQ = 109.10) could drive the Nasdaq-100 to next resistance...