Saturday, December 12, 2009

ETF Rewind - Week 50 (12/11/09)

(Click Image to Enlarge/ Glossary)

In spite of some mid-week "moodiness" (US Credit Rating Questioned - Reuters) the S&P 500 (SPY) ended up a flat +0.1%.
While tracked equity indices otherwise put up a mixed board, perhaps the real story was the pullback in commodities (DBC -3.1%) on nascent US Dollar strength (UUP +0.9%). Week Fifty Two of 2009 features another busy economic calendar, including an FOMC policy meeting next Tuesday:

If you are interested in a significantly more thorough version of this weekly summary, consider taking a look at Market Rewind's nightly ETF Rewind Pro service. In addition to coverage of nearly 200 ETFs across twelve major asset classes, you will find three model portfolios, daily market signals and commentary, pairs trading and various powerful portfolio management tools. I hope that you had a terrific weekend.

Never Investment Advice: Prior Weekly Summaries

No comments: