Capital Flows to Where it is Treated Best: ETFs & Index Funds Have Treated Investors Most Excellently
“Capital flows to where it is treated best.” Many of you have probably heard this quote more than once, and should easily understand it, even if you don’t embrace it as universal truth. I like this quote because it just makes good common sense. The quote is normally used in the context of macro-economics, but I believe it is equally valid in the realm of actively managed mutual funds, index funds and ETFs.
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Added some Mexico equity to the portfolio today $EWW EWW Gotta buy this stuff when its on sale folks.
First of all, I like charts. I like back-tests too. So, let’s take a look at how the Mexican ETF, EWW, has performed against the S&P 500 ETF, SPY, over the past 20 years.
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While interpolating the Deep Value ETF Accumulator chart, one might ask what is meant by the “MODE”.
The modes are simple lines-in-the-sand that represent how far a financial instrument such as a stock, bond, index or ETF has fallen from a recent peak price. Continue reading “Defining Stock Market Modes: Depression, Crash, Bear, Correction, Dip, Pause, Hold”