Fidelity Sparks Etf Price War

“These companies are embarking on a pretty ugly price war,” said industry consultant Geoff Bobroff of East Greenwich, R.I. “For investors, this has the potential to be a pretty glorious time, because once prices have dropped, there’s really no way for the companies to bring them back.” While Fidelity has been slow to enter the ETF space, Thursday’s announcement changed all that. “Fidelity is not just seeking entry into the ETF business, but is clearly seeking market share from the get-go in the sector ETF sleeve” of the business, says Jim Lowell, editor of the Fidelity Investor newsletter. Industry watchers note that Fidelity has played this game before, and with great success.

ETF Inflows Surge Despite Government Antics

For a complete list of holdings, visit the VNQ Holdings page Click here to find out which 9 other ETFs had notable inflows, at The chart below shows the one year price performance of VNQ, versus its 200 day moving average: Looking at the chart above, VNQs low point in its 52 week range is $61.66 per share, with $78.86 as the 52 week high point that compares with a last trade of $69.20. Comparing the most recent share price to the 200 day moving average can also be a useful technical analysis technique learn more about the 200 day moving average . Three Months Free, a $100 Value, Just Submit Your Top Stock Pick! (Offer ends 11/10/2013) Exchange traded funds (ETFs) trade just like stocks, but instead of shares investors are actually buying and selling units.

SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (NYSEARCA:SPY) Time to Sell

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Notable ETF Inflow Detected – VNQ, SPG, PSA, PLD

Markets open in 5 hrs 10 mins ETF Inflows Surge Despite Government Antics By | ETF Trends 16 hours ago GLD 126.81 The first U.S. governments first shutdown since the 1990s and the ensuing fear over a debt ceiling crisis did not deter investors from pouring a tidy $32.9 billion into exchange traded funds in October. As BlackRock data indicate, the shutdown and debt ceiling threat loomed large last month. The worlds largest asset manager said the ETF industry saw inflows of $24.3 billion AFTER Oct. 17, when the government got back to work and the debt ceiling was raised.

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ETF Periscope: Is China’s Resilience Enough to Attract New Investors?

Courtesy of Daniel Sckolnik, Sabrient Systems and Gradient Analytics An idea is a point of departure and no more. As soon as you elaborate, it becomes transformed by thought. Pablo Picasso Last week saw investors exposed to a broad swath of noise from a number of diverse sources, and the bottom line was that Wall Street pretty much ended the week close to where it had begun. With a mixed bag of Q3 earnings announcements, a positive U.S. manufacturing report, and continued ambiguity by the Fed in terms of announcing any definitive date for the start of tapering its $85 billion-per-month bond purchase program, Wall Street seemed to offer a little something for Bulls and Bears alike. And, with no clear direction or strong impetus either way, the years primary uptrend remained mostly intact, if due to nothing more than inertia. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) ended in the black by the thinnest of margins as it ended the week up a mere 0.3%.


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