7 Articles ETF Investors Must Read: 3/28
Wall Street was in for some choppy trading sessions this week, as investors digested the latest developments in Europe and a mixed bag of economic reports. Though Cyprus managed to reach a last-minute deal, investors still remain cautious. Reflecting this sentiment, the European Commission’s economic-sentiment indicator fell in March for the first time since October. On the home front, U.S. durable goods orders and the Standard & Poor’s and Case-Shiller home-price index topped expectations, while the Conference Board’s U.S. Consumer Confidence metric took a significant tumble [see 101 ETF Lessons Every Financial Advisor Should Learn]. Below we outline seven insightful articles circulating around the financial space this week: Avoiding Trading Paralysis by Analysis at Futures Magazine For active traders, reward-to-risk ratios and winning percentages are considered key metrics in evaluating a trader’s performance. In this article, however, Kevin J. Davey argues that these metrics are not as useful as many think. Tangible Benefits Are Conspicuously Absent at Alhambra Investment [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: No Related Posts
Wall Street was in for some choppy trading sessions this week, as investors digested the latest developments in Europe and a mixed bag of economic reports. Though Cyprus managed to reach a last-minute deal, investors still remain cautious. Reflecting this sentiment, the European Commission’s economic-sentiment indicator fell in March for the first time since October. On the home front, U.S. durable goods orders and the Standard & Poor’s and Case-Shiller home-price index topped expectations, while the Conference Board’s U.S. Consumer Confidence metric took a significant tumble [see 101 ETF Lessons Every Financial Advisor Should Learn]. Below we outline seven insightful articles circulating around the financial space this week: Avoiding Trading Paralysis by Analysis at Futures Magazine For active traders, reward-to-risk ratios and winning percentages are considered key metrics in evaluating a trader’s performance. In this article, however, Kevin J. Davey argues that these metrics are not as useful as many think. Tangible Benefits Are Conspicuously Absent at Alhambra Investment [...]

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