18 Jun, 2024
On Monday, June 17th, the U.S. stock markets finished strong, with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq achieving record highs. This was driven by ...
Tech optimism hasn’t worn out yet, with the Nasdaq futures pointing to a strong start for these stocks, while the Dow and S&P ...
The stock market has been on a record run, and with the presidential election just under five months away, analysts and experts have ...
AI-driven earnings growth has strategists feeling even more bullish about stock returns this year.
The AI trade has powered stocks to record highs and this theme will only grow more important. Meaning no investor can afford not to have an answer when someone asks how they're playing AI.
Markets made another Big Move higher this afternoon … Anytime I see a massive short squeeze like this, I know exactly where to find the winners tomorrow morning.
The stock market has been on a tear lately making new all-time highs on almost a daily basis, with tech giants leading the charge. I'll explore whether these overlooked stocks are poised to play catch-up and join the rally.
In this video, Ira Epstein reviews the activity in the Financial Markets after the day that just ended, Monday, June 17.
A familiar, powerful but narrowing pattern emerges.
17 Jun, 2024
Despite a sluggish start, all major indices closed solidly in the black.
The S&P 500 traded higher, while the VIX​​​​​​​ was basically flat to up.
Equities and oil both surged today… but bonds, the VIX​​​​​​​, and gold forgot to participate.
U.S. retail sales for May are forecasted to improve when the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Census Bureau releases its monthly ...
Amid the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust‘s (NYSE:SPY) historic performance in 2024, one market expert joined Benzinga’s PreMarket ...
"We saw today's CPI report as progress and building confidence, but it does not warrant changing policy at this time."
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The market is not driven by headlines. t is driven by two factors: funds and fear. In this piece, we discuss a divergence in the fund-flows that drive the market.
Looking at units outstanding versus one week prior within the universe of ETFs covered at ETF Channel, the biggest outflow was seen in the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust, where 10,950,000 units were destroyed, or a 1.1% decrease week over week. Among the largest underlying components of SPY, in morning trading today Microsoft is up about 0.1%, and Apple is higher by about 1.8%.
US Markets Wall Street Set For Cautious Start After Record Run Last Week: Fed Speeches, Manufacturing Data In Focus, Expert Flags ...
If volatility bulls put their foot down, that will bring good news for equity bears.
In a recent discussion on Reddit, users are debating the necessity of adjusting market cap definitions to account for inflation. ...
Exchange-Traded Funds, Equity Futures Mixed Pre-Bell Monday Ahead of More Economic Data
U.S. stocks are gearing up for a cautious start following last week’s record run, with the index futures currently showing mixed ...
On Friday, June 14th, the U.S. stock markets showed mixed results. The Nasdaq achieved a record high for the fifth consecutive day, ...
Positive developments in inflation data have Wall Street feeling more positive about the outlook for stocks into the end of the year.
Goldman Sachs Group has revised its year-end target for the S&P 500 Index to 5,600, up from the previous 5,200. The adjustment is ...
The S&P 500 reached a milestone recently. The technology sector, as of this week, is now 33.6% of the index. If you count the Communications sector as technology the allocation to technology oriented companies is 42.8%.
Nobody's thrilled with this market, except perhaps the handful of mega-caps. The market is not assuming all is fine, nor even that we're in a traditional bull market; because (interest rates are part of it) small stocks aren't participating.
The stock market has carried forward the momentum seen in 2023, and optimism regarding another stellar abounds on the Street. A market ...
16 Jun, 2024
Markets will kick off a holiday-shortened trading week after ending last week at record highs.
Several times in the last few months, equity bears fell short of capitalizing on potentially bearish technical setups. Bears yet again have an opportunity. If weakness develops this week, it would be after 7 out of 8 weeks of unrelenting rally.
15 Jun, 2024
For all the market breadth warning signs, the bull run in equities isn‘t over, it would be premature to turn bearish just here.
A discussion about recent developments in financial markets, particularly focusing on the implications of recent CPI data and Federal Reserve actions.
Investors are not thrilled with the latest political drama in France.
The current expectation is that Q2 earnings for the S&P index will be up +8.6% from the same period last year on +4.6% higher revenues.
14 Jun, 2024
An analysis and commentary on the financial markets.
Two ETFs with solid performance become fully transparent in August.
A review of the big market news of the week and an update DARP.
The S&P 500 rose for a second straight week, finishing up 1.58% from last Friday. The index is currently up 14.52% year to date and has recorded a new all-time high 29 times this year. The table below summarizes the number of record highs reached each year dating back to 2008. Here is a snapshot [...] The post S&P 500 Snapshot: Climbs 1.6% From Last Week appeared first on ETF Trends.
On Thursday, Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) shareholders approved a compensation plan for CEO Elon Musk that was voided by a Delaware ...
Wall Street is set for a subdued session on Friday as risk sentiment wanes due to low U.S. consumer confidence and rising political ...
Credit spreads really begin to widen between French and German ten-year rates.
The 24Q1 Y/Y adjusted blended earnings growth estimate is 11.2%. If the energy sector is excluded, the growth rate for the index is 11.2%.
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Preliminary estimates from the University of Michigan indicate a sharper-than-expected decline in U.S. consumer confidence in June, ...
Crypto Bitcoin Back Above $67K Despite $226M ETF Outflows On Thursday Whales Cash Out On Crypto Tied To Coinbase Tokenization ...
Exchange-Traded Funds, Equity Futures Lower Pre-Bell Friday as Investors Eye Fed Policy Easing
Macro conditions remain a bit of a mixed bag. In the past week alone, the latest read on inflation surprised to the downside, while unemployment figures beat estimates to the upside. And before the week is over, we get a read on consumer sentiment, which can go either way.
The market could pause in the final trading session of the week following its record run, facilitated by tamer-than-expected inflation ...
On Thursday, June 13th, U.S. stock markets closed mixed, with the Nasdaq and S&P 500 reaching record highs for the fourth ...
While the major indexes continue to go up on a daily basis, beneath the surface more and more stocks are falling by the wayside.
Much to the market's delight, it seems the inflation dragon might be losing a bit of its fire.
Investors were overall net purchasers of fund assets (including both conventional funds and ETFs) for the sixth week in seven, adding a net $39.4 billion—the largest weekly inflow in nine weeks.
13 Jun, 2024
The big indexes are just slightly off their recent all-time highs, but of course, not all stocks are doing equally well.
If you own SPY stock, you'll never trail the S&P 500. The expense ratio is low and you're diversified across 500 stocks and 11 sectors. Just know, you'll never beat the market, either.
Inflows were led by IVV's $2.39 bln while SPY's $2.76 bln led outflows.
​​​​​​​Risk-off trading is dominating Wall Street as yesterday’s hawkish dot plot alongside Fed Chief Powell’s reluctance to cut rates weighs on sentiment.
Wall Street experienced a rude awakening the day after the Federal Reserve’s June policy meeting, as investors sold off risky ...
To gain an edge, this is what you need to know today. Lower PPI Please click here for an enlarged chart of SPDR S&P 500 ...
The S&P 500 crosses the 5,400 level for the first time after hitting the 5,300 threshold last month. While many stocks have powered the ETF this year, we have highlighted five that have been at the forefront of the rally.
Exchange-Traded Funds Edge Higher, Equity Futures Mixed Pre-Bell Thursday Ahead of Key Economic Data
Rate-sensitive growth stocks push major indexes to all-time highs.
12 Jun, 2024
IVV leads outflows while SPY tops inflows.
So-called rate and high yield funds hit their highest monthly level this year.
The U.S. central bank's decision was widely expected.
A lower-than-expected inflation report for May ignited a bullish frenzy on Wall Street, with investors increasing their bets on rate cuts, bolstered by growing confidence that the Federal Reserve will ease its policy stance later this year as price pressures trend towards the 2% target. The Consumer Price Index (CPI) data revealed cooler-than-anticipated monthly and annual inflation rates for both headline and core items. This report arrives just ahead of the highly anticipated Federal Open Mark
Exchange-Traded Funds, Equity Futures Higher Pre-Bell Wednesday Ahead of US FOMC Announcement
The S&P 500 has delivered growth over time. - Markets are tense Wednesday due to two key events: the U.S. Consumer Price Index (CPI) for May and the interest rate decision by the U.S. Federal Reserve (Fed).
08 Jun, 2024

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