Check out my latest Danger Zone interview with Chuck Jaffe of MarketWatch.com.
iShares S&P MidCap 400 Growth Index Fund (IJK) is in the Danger Zone this week.
One of the best examples of an ETF with low costs but poor holdings is Schwab US REIT (SCHH).
Why are there so many ETFs? The answer is: because ETF providers are making lots of money selling them. The number of ETFs has little to do with serving investors’ best interests. Here are three red flags investors can use to avoid the worst ETFs…
Finding the best ETFs is an increasingly difficult task in a world with so many ETFs to choose from.
It is tough to like any retail stocks these days given the dour economic outlook around the world. It is just as tough to find any good Consumer Discretionary ETFs and mutual funds, which rank 7th out of ten sectors (more on sector rankings here). One can hardly find any retail companies whose economic earnings…
New Constructs released December’s Most Dangerous Stocks report to the public today.
New Constructs released December’s Most Attractive Stocks report to the public today.
The utilities sector is in the Danger Zone this week.
Paying customers can access December’s 40 Most Dangerous Stocks as of midnight last night.
Paying customers can access December’s 40 Most Attractive Stocks as of midnight last night.
Contrary to public opinion, the long-term implications of cloud computing on the storage and computing businesses are very positive. Western Digital (WDC) is highly undervalued at anything below $70/share as this company stands to benefit more from cloud computing than it will suffer.