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VIDEO: ETF Trends and Technical Opportunities

Written by David Fabian, April 11th, 2017

In this month’s video, I look at the technical trends developing in stocks and bonds.  Chart review includes analysis of large-cap, small cap, international, Treasury bonds, and gold prices.  Observations of risk and reward are noted throughout with an emphasis on moving averages as a source of support or resistance.  Recorded on April 11, 2017.

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VIDEO: When Will Stock Market Volatility Return?

Written by David Fabian, March 07th, 2017

In this month’s video, I look at key trends developing in global stock and bond markets.  Chart review includes analysis of large-cap, small cap, emerging market, high yield, interest rates, and gold prices.  Observations of risk and reward are noted throughout with an emphasis on caution for new money at this phase of the rally in stocks.  Recorded on March 7, 2017.

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Defensive ETFs Are Surging Despite All-Time Highs In Stocks

Written by David Fabian, February 28th, 2017

The strength of broad domestic stock market indices in 2017 has been the dominating story in global financial markets.  The expectation of new government policies, coupled with the lack of risk asset volatility, has many investors feeling confident in a continuation of the bullish trend.

As of last week, ETFs trading in the United States have accumulated over $75 billion in fresh capital inflows since the start of the year.  The majority of that money has gone towards stock-focused index funds such as the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY).

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Does Your ETF Portfolio Need A Trump Transformation?

Written by David Fabian, November 18th, 2016

Everywhere you look now, someone has an opinion about the direction of the markets under a Trump presidency.  There is speculation on everything from the impact of his trade policies to the potential of further deficit spending and legislative changes.  These factors have coalesced to send many sectors of the stock and bond markets into a tizzy as investors grapple for positioning.  Read more

The Fear Trade Is Falling Apart

Written by David Fabian, October 05th, 2016

The fear trade has been one of the most successful avenues for investors to take part in this year.  Treasury bonds, gold, utilities, consumer staples, and REITs have all been a big contributor to outsized gains versus a traditional basket of diversified stocks and bonds.  These sectors are well-known defensive plays that tend to perk up during periods of duress in stocks or as interest rates fall.  They are also beloved by income investors as a meaningful pickup in yield versus a conventional Treasury bond or S&P 500 Index fund.  Read more