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Why I Will Never Buy The SPY
I have no intention of ever buying the SPDR S&P 500 Trust ETF (SPY). But before I get into the reasons why I will never own this ETF, below are some popular reasons why many will buy the SPY: Fast diversification across 500 stocks in various sectors ...
A Cheap, Safe Way to Short the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY) at All-Time Highs
The SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (NYSEARCA:SPY) continues to rally unabated. SPY just made its seventh consecutive new all-time high and has been up for eight days in a row.
2500: A Blow-Off Top In The S&P?
These types of events often lead to rounds of profit-taking that become increasingly likely. Geopolitical factors, rising interest rates, and questionable economic growth put the latest SPY gains at risk for reversal.
Caution Warranted As SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY) Hits “Blow-Off Top”
He also observed that the market's “blow off top” phase, which he dubbed the Icarus Rally previously, had been activated and was approaching its final thrust, with BofA's Q4 targets for this final push in risk assets as follows: S&P 2630, Nasdaq 6666 ...
3 Reasons To Bet On Energy
I'm making a case for the Energy Select Sector SPDR. My decision is based on three fundamental reasons for reversion to the mean.
5 Best Bank ETFs to Ride the Bullish Wave  Investorplace.com
SPY: Why It's Fine For Most Investors
Last week I read an article under the title “Why I will never buy the SPY”. The article was well written and I have great respect for its author.
World's Biggest ETF (SPY) Tops $250 Billion In Assets  Nasdaq
The End is Near for S&P 500 Index Option Selling
While this fits the Chicken Little narrative about reaching for yield, taking on extra risk, and so on, it is also a rational response to a market that is becoming increasingly confident and, at least when it comes to price discovery, more efficient ...
Why the latest round of rock-bottom ETF fees may be a non-event for investors
Average fees have been dropping rapidly, and there have been several major moves in the ETF fee war over the past few weeks alone.
There's Something Happening Here
Don't get me wrong - I am not going to preach that S&P 500 is going to 1,000 tomorrow. Maybe this time is different indeed, at least for some of the current market darlings and their followers.
Do Analyst Ratings Deserve Your Attention?
It is often said that institutional analysts are paid not to provide actionable information to investors, but to move market sentiment in favor of the plans of their employers or clients.