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  1. These Charts Suggest That It's Time to Buy Bonds

    Given nearby support on the charts of these ETFs, the remainder of 2017 could be a great time to own bonds.
  2. Will Treasuries Break Down From Key Support?

    Treasuries remain resilient despite a hawkish Fed meeting, suggesting that traders still see low growth and low inflation ...
  3. Car ETF Rallying – Is It Sustainable?

    The car manufacturer ETF is in a strong uptrend, but long-term resistance levels are coming into play.
  4. The Couple's Guide to Medical Expense Planning in Retirement

    Most health-expense planning is based on the individual, but if you're married there are two of you. Plan for two from the ...
  5. Active Traders Focus Attention on Emerging Markets

    Strong uptrends and well-defined risk/reward setups suggest that it could be time to buy key emerging market ETFs.
  6. Alternatives to Long-Term Care Insurance

    Here's a handful of options on what you can do to defray long-term care expenses.
  7. iShares Expands Corporate Bond ETF Suite

    iShares has bolstered its corporate bond suite with three new ETFs.
  8. Pullback in Base Metals Suggests It Is Time to Buy

    A retracement toward key levels of support suggests that base metal prices could head higher in the months ahead.
  9. 401(k) Fees: Are You Still Paying Too Much?

    Learn how your 401(k) fees compare to industry norms and whether you're paying too much.
  10. Goldman Goes Cheap With New Equal-Weight ETF

    Goldman Sachs has launched the cheapest equal-weight ETF on the market.
  11. Conventional Retail Versus Online Retail ETFs

    Online retail is booming, while conventional retail is getting crushed. These ETFs are both nearing critical technical levels.
  12. How to Trade the Uptrend in Aerospace and Defense

    Nearby support on the charts of these aerospace and defense stocks suggests that now could be the ideal time to buy.
  13. Goldman Continues Its Vanguard Impersonation

    A new ETF coming from Goldman Sachs continues the issuer's tradition of low fees.
  14. Top 5 Inverse Volatility ETFs for 2017

    By seeking the inverse of the performance of the volatility index, some investors make strong returns.
  15. What does a 'Chief Economist' do?

    Vanguard's Chief Economist Joe Davis discusses his role helping portfolio managers and clients.
  16. 3 Positive Long-Term Charts for Precious Metals

    Bullish precious metal chart patterns suggest that the coming weeks and months could be profitable for commodity traders.
  17. Stocks Move Lower Amid Growing Risks to the Rally

    Weekly technical summary of the major U.S. indexes.
  18. 3 Ways to Trade Strong Performance in Healthcare

    These are some of the strongest healthcare sector ETFs and the levels at which to consider buying them.
  19. Estimated Taxes Tripping Up More Filers

    If your working as an independent contractor, making sure you cover your bill for estimated taxes is important for avoiding ...
  20. Preaching to the Choir: Faith ETFs Seek Traction

    ETF issuers are trying faith-based funds again with some success.
  21. 3 Charts Suggesting It Is Time to Buy Commodities

    Given bullish chart patterns and clear trading signals, the final months of 2017 could be prime time to buy commodities.
  22. Price Action in These ETFs Deserves Attention

    These strong ETFs are near trade levels, but are the trades worth taking?
  23. Honing in on Healthcare in September

    This healthcare ETF could struggle in September, but it remains a solid long-term bet.
  24. Active Traders Turn Bullish on Biotech

    Bullish chart patterns on biotech-related assets suggest that the bulls are in control of the momentum.
  25. FAANG Stocks Reignite Mutual Funds

    The FAANG stocks are boosting returns for actively managed mutual funds.
  26. Rise of the Robo Advisors

    The financial advisory business is facing an impending transformational change.
  27. Missile Tests Send Gold Prices to Highest Levels This Year

    Gold prices broke out after North Korea's latest missile tests, but traders will be watching these key resistance levels.
  28. 3 Charts for Navigating the Commodities Market

    Major resistance on broad commodities-related funds suggests remaining selective. We look at one commodity that could be ...
  29. US Stocks Edge Higher Ahead of a Big Week

    Weekly technical summary of the major stock market indexes.
  30. Biotech ETF Looks to Break Out From 50-Day Moving Average

    The biotech sector has rebounded after recent declines, showing signs of a potential breakout.
  31. This Mutual Fund Actively Unearths Value

    This mutual fund steers clear of debt and finds value stocks.
  32. Currency ETFs: Technical Trade Levels to Watch

    Traders should monitor these key levels in the Australian dollar, Canadian dollar and British pound ETFs.
  33. How Much Should You Contribute to Your 401(k)?

    There's a lot to consider when deciding how much to contribute to your 401(k) plan.
  34. 3 Charts That Suggest Transportation Stocks Are Headed Higher

    Nearby support on the charts of key transportation stocks could provide the best buying opportunity since July 2016.
  35. Low-Volatility ETFs Show Sector Diversity

    Low-volatility ETFs aren't always dependent on utilities stocks.
  36. Top 3 ETFs for Investing in Water in 2017

    It may be time to look at a scarce commodity that isn't getting the investor attention it deserves.
  37. Two Sector ETFs to Buy in an Accelerating Economy

    Setting politics aside, economic indicators suggest strength in these two sector ETFs.
  38. Stocks Move Lower Despite Improving Economy

    Weekly technical summary of the major U.S. indexes.
  39. How to Make Your Own Retirement Fund

    Making sure you have a large enough nest egg to retire on is a challenge. Here's how to accomplish the task, one step at ...
  40. These Country ETFs Are Near Technical Buy Points

    These country ETFs are in strong uptrends and have recently pulled back to a potential buying area.
  41. 3 Charts Suggest Consumer Discretionary Is Headed Lower

    Breaks below key support levels across the sector could be an early sign of a major move lower.
  42. Float Over to Floating Rate ETFs

    Floating rate notes are another avenue for bond investors to consider when it comes to reducing interest rate risk.
  43. Different Ways to Think About the MSCI EAFE Index

    Investors seeking more effective EAFE exposure can consider these funds.
  44. 2 Europe ETFs Still Offering Upside

    Europe ETFs could still deliver notable upside in the final months of 2017.
  45. Another Issuer Eyes a Bitcoin ETF

    Another ETF issuer could try to launch a bitcoin ETF.
  46. These 3 Chart Patterns Suggest Energy Is Headed Lower

    Breaks below key support and current pricing near major resistance suggest a move lower for the sector.
  47. Stocks Move Sharply Lower Amid Low Inflation, Rising Risk

    Weekly technical summary of the major U.S. indexes.
  48. How Social Security Survivor Benefits Work

    Social Security survivor benefits are intended to provide income to the family members of a deceased worker.
  49. Gold Could Break Out From Reaction Highs Amid Volatility

    Gold prices have moved higher in recent days following increased political risks and a lower dollar.
  50. Energy Equities Still Trapped in a Downtrend

    Here's a look at downside price targets for oil-related stocks and what it will take to turn these downtrends around.
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