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  • Amazon Ascent Serves as an ETF Reminder Amazon Ascent Serves as an ETF Reminder
    Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) and Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) truly meet the definition of “story stocks.” The gains delivered by these stocks this year and in recent years have been nothing …
  • Earnings Expectations Fuel Consumer ETFs Earnings Expectations Fuel Consumer ETFs
    The Consumer Discretionary Select Sector SPDR (NYSEArca: XLY) and rival consumer discretionary exchange traded funds are among this year's best-performing sector ETFs and with earnings expectations for the sector high, …
  • How Amazon is Helping Consumer Discretionary ETFs How Amazon is Helping Consumer Discretionary ETFs
    For much of the current bull market, the consumer discretionary sector has been a leadership and Consumer Discretionary Select Sector SPDR (NYSEArca: XLY) along with rival exchange traded funds tracking …
  • What Big Tech Sector ETFs are Saying What Big Tech Sector ETFs are Saying
    Some investors have been pondering the veracity of the recent rally in U.S. stocks. One of the more encouraging signs is that there has been leadership from cyclical sectors such …
  • Online Retail ETF is in Style Online Retail ETF is in Style
    Recent data and commentary suggest the holiday shopping season was a boon for online retailers, but the same cannot be said of traditional brick-and-mortar names, particularly department stores. Said another …
  • E-Commerce ETFs Are Enjoying a Merrier Season than Other Retailers E-Commerce ETFs Are Enjoying a Merrier Season than Other Retailers
    Consumer discretionary stocks strengthened after the Christmas holiday weekend, with e-commerce-related exchange traded funds outpacing brick-and-mortar shops. On Tuesday, the Amplify Online Retail ETF (NasdaqGM: IBUY), which is comprised of …
  • xly Betting on the Consumer in 2017
    The Consumer Discretionary Select Sector SPDR (NYSEArca: XLY), the largest exchange traded fund tracking consumer discretionary equities, is higher by about 8% this year, good for a mediocre showing among …
  • Retail ETFs Aren't Seeing a Lot of Holiday Cheer Retail ETFs Aren’t Seeing a Lot of Holiday Cheer
    Retailers and sector-related exchange traded funds took a hit ahead of the Christmas weekend as brick-and-mortar shops are unable to entice shoppers, even with heavy holiday discounts. On Thursday, the …
  • consumer-discretionary-etfs-retreat-on-poor-earnings-lower-confidence Consumer Discretionary ETFs Retreat on Poor Earnings, Lower Confidence
    Consumer discretionary stocks and sector related exchange traded funds were the worst hit area of the markets on Tuesday. It follows after some consumer names revealed poor quarterly earnings and …
  • analyzing-consumer-discretionary-etfs-posting-middling-gains Analyzing Consumer Discretionary ETFs Posting Middling Gains
    For much of the current bull market, the consumer discretionary sector has been a leadership and Consumer Discretionary Select Sector SPDR (NYSEArca: XLY) along with rival exchange traded funds tracking …
  • ETF Ideas for the Fourth Quarter
    The fourth quarter starts next week, so now is a good time for investors to start considering exchange traded funds that have reputations for performing well in the last three …
  • A Sector Rotation ETF Strategy That Targets Attractive Opportunities A Sector Rotation ETF Strategy Targeting Attractive Opportunities
    When implementing a sector rotation strategy, different people may use varying guidelines to achieve their goals. Investors, though, may also utilize an exchange traded fund that does the work for …
  • E-Commerce ETFs Outperform Brick-and-Mortar Shops E-Commerce ETFs Outperform Brick-and-Mortar Shops
    Traditional retailers barely eked out a passing grade this earnings season, but online retailers came out with strong second-quarter results, boosting internet-specific and e-commerce-related exchange traded fund plays. Retailers were …
  • Consumer Discretionary ETFs Could Underperform in Late Business Cycle Consumer Discretionary ETFs Could Underperform in Late Business Cycle
    As the market moves toward the late stages of the business cycle, consumer discretionary stocks and sector-related exchange traded funds could underperform other market segments. So far this earnings season, consumer …
  • Charts for Retail ETFs are Perking Up
    Until recently, retail stocks and the SPDR S&P Retail ETF (NYSEArca: XRT), the largest dedicated retail exchange traded fund, were lagging even as the broader consumer discretionary performed pretty well. …
  • Combining Trend Analysis with Momentum Combining Trend Analysis with Momentum
    By Sean Dillon Momentum is an important tool in the technical analyst’s toolbox. As we learned in physics 101, momentum is defined as mass velocity, or in layman’s terms, the …
  • Falling Costs Could Support Restaurant ETF This Earnings Season Lower Food Costs May Boost Restaurant ETF This Earnings Season
    The dining industry and restaurant-related exchange traded fund may enjoy a strong second-quarter earnings season as lower food costs helped bolster diners' margins. "Prices were some of the lowest levels …
  • Consumer Discretionary ETFs to Tap into a Growing U.S. Economy 21 Consumer Discretionary ETFs for Economy Growth
    As the economy improves and consumers begin to spend again, investors can capitalize on the growth through consumer discretionary exchange traded funds. Consumer stocks have benefited from stronger household finances, …
  • ETF TMI Big ETF Industry News; ETF Market Update ETF TMI: Big ETF Industry News; ETF Market Update
    Got a case of TMI (Too Much Information)? ETF Trends takes a condensed look at latest happenings… Big ETF Industry News: Jim Ross Named Chairman of New Global SPDR Business State …
  • Consumer ETFs Take a Bite at McDonald's, Amazon, Home Depot Consumer ETFs Take a Bite at McDonald’s, Amazon, Home Depot
    After faltering to start the year, Consumer Discretionary Select Sector SPDR (NYSEArca: XLY), the largest consumer discretionary exchange traded fund, is sporting a year-to-date gain of more than 1% and …
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