ETF Insider: Bears Are Lurking
The grind continues on Wall Street as pre-election jitters at home coupled with the ongoing gridlock in the Euro zone have done little for restoring investors’ confidence. Markets will look to recoup last week’s shallow losses as trading activity is expected to pick up around major economic data releases; on the home front, U.S. GDP will steal the spotlight while European headlines should be expected to take precedence given the looming uncertainties still plaguing the currency bloc [see Free Report: How To Pick The Right ETF Every Time]. Weekly Outlook Below, we highlight ETFs that may see an increase in trading activity as relevant market data is released and evaluated by investors: State Street SPDR S&P Retail ETF (XRT): The consumer discretionary sector, and retail stocks in particular, will come into focus Tuesday morning as investors digest the latest confidence data. Analysts are expecting for the consumer confidence index to come in at 65 [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: ETF Insider: Set Your Stops And Targets Tight ETF Insider: Will Euro Woes Rain On The Bull’s Parade? ETF Insider: Bulls Look To Data Before Resuming Rally ETF Insider: Flirting With Resistance Is A Risky Game ETF Insider: Stimulus Hopes Take Center Stage
The grind continues on Wall Street as pre-election jitters at home coupled with the ongoing gridlock in the Euro zone have done little for restoring investors’ confidence. Markets will look to recoup last week’s shallow losses as trading activity is expected to pick up around major economic data releases; on the home front, U.S. GDP will steal the spotlight while European headlines should be expected to take precedence given the looming uncertainties still plaguing the currency bloc [see Free Report: How To Pick The Right ETF Every Time]. Weekly Outlook Below, we highlight ETFs that may see an increase in trading activity as relevant market data is released and evaluated by investors: State Street SPDR S&P Retail ETF (XRT): The consumer discretionary sector, and retail stocks in particular, will come into focus Tuesday morning as investors digest the latest confidence data. Analysts are expecting for the consumer confidence index to come in at 65 [...]

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