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The ETF Portfolio Strategist - Sunday, July 18
July 18, 2021
Markets have unleashed on-again/off-again risk signals in recent history, more so than usual, and so the noisy climate has taken a toll on active risk management, at least for our three prop...
US REITs Led A Global Rally Last Week
June 07, 2021
Nearly every slice of the major asset classes posted a gain last week, based on a set of exchange traded funds, led by real estate investment trusts (REITs) in the US.
The ETF Portfolio Strategist - Saturday, June 5
June 05, 2021
This past week saw another period of gains across asset classes as well as across the world. Additionally, global asset allocation continues to pay off for portfolio strategies.
Foreign and US property shares rallied last week, posting the strongest gains for the major asset classes, based on a set of exchange traded funds through Friday, May 21.
The ETF Portfolio Strategist - Sunday, May 16
May 16, 2021
Our trio of proprietary strategies outperformed their common benchmark last week. Alas, the outperformance was in the form of lesser declines, but that still beats underperformance.
The ETF Portfolio Strategist - Sunday, April 25
April 25, 2021
A rally across most global markets last week lifted all three of our proprietary strategies, which use the same 16-fund opportunity set that defines their benchmark. Here is a look at the results of...
The ETF Portfolio Strategist - Saturday, April 24
April 24, 2021
Are we at the dawn of an extended run of dominance for global asset allocation after a relative performance drought? Unclear, but this week offered a reason to think that the dominance of all things US...
The ETF Portfolio Strategist: Saturday, April 17
April 17, 2021
In this issue, rallies reach across the asset class spectrum this week and portfolio strategy benchmarks deliver another week of solid gains.
The ETF Portfolio Strategist - Sunday, April 11
April 11, 2021
All three prop strategies and the G.B16 benchmark edged into record territory last week, suggesting that the bull run still will continue. Supporting the optimism, expectations are that the economic...
The ETF Portfolio Strategist: Saturday, April 3
April 03, 2021
Keeping up with beta remains challenging this year. All of our proprietary strategies are still trailing the Global Beta 16 benchmark. That’s not to say that the strategies don’t add value – they do,...
Stocks In Foreign Developed Markets Topped Gains Last Week
March 08, 2021
In a mixed week for asset classes, shares in developed nations ex-US ran away with the best performance for trading through Friday, Mar. 5.
The ETF Portfolio Strategist: Sunday, Feb. 28
February 28, 2021
The cautious stance of Global Managed Drawdown (G.B16.MDD) has been excessive in recent months, but the tide finally turned and a defensive posture paid off last week. Whether it continues to pay off...
Commodities Were A Rare Bright Spot Last Week
February 22, 2021
Commodities and foreign junk bonds were the only winners last week for the major asset classes, based on a set of exchange traded funds.
The ETF Portfolio Strategist: Saturday, Feb. 20
February 20, 2021
With interest rates rising and displaying an increasingly robust upside trend, the burning question is: How much tolerance can equities muster if the reflation trade for yields rolls on?
Recapping The Trump Years Through A Markets Lens
January 20, 2021
As the nation prepares for the the Biden era, whatever that means, let’s take a quick look at how markets fared through Donald’s tenure, based on a set of exchange traded funds.
Announcing VanEck Vectors ETFs’ December 2020 Distributions
December 28, 2020
Is It Timely To Hold A Dollar-Hedged Investment Portfolio?
December 15, 2020
A bear-market bias continues to weigh on the US Dollar Index, which has tumbled sharply this year. That’s a bullish tailwind for US investors holding assets denominated in foreign currencies.
Global Rally In Risk Assets Continued Last Week
December 07, 2020
The recent bull run in the major asset classes continued last week as foreign high-yield bonds and US real estate investment trusts (REITs) shared first place for performance.
Announcing VanEck Vectors ETFs’ November 2020 Distributions
November 30, 2020
Clean Sweep: All The Major Asset Classes Posted Gains Last Week
November 09, 2020
Global markets rebounded last week, posting across-the-board gains, based on a set of exchange-traded funds as of Friday, Nov. 6. With the pandemic resurging in the US and Europe.
Announcing VanEck Vectors ETFs’ October 2020 Distributions
October 30, 2020
Globally Diversified Portfolio Strategy - Back In Favor?
October 24, 2020
It’s too soon to declare the end has arrived for the long running dominance of American risk assets on the global stage, but suddenly it’s easier to wonder if this week’s results are a preview of...
Desperately Seeking Yield
October 20, 2020
Yields on government bonds have fallen, sharply, and so one would expect that slim pickings have become more so. Actually, the average trailing yield has ticked up for an equal-weighted mix of the...
Announcing VanEck Vectors ETFs’ September 2020 Distributions
September 30, 2020
Volatility On Holiday
September 03, 2020
One day volatility will return to the financial markets. When that day arrives (and why) is anyone’s guess. Meantime, vol remains in remission across the major asset classes, based on a set of proxy...
Announcing VanEck Vectors ETFs’ August 2020 Distributions
August 31, 2020
Reuters Poll Shows Global Funds Prefer Bonds
August 03, 2020
Despite economies reopening amid the Covid-19 pandemic, a high degree of uncertainty still remains, which is causing global funds to show a preference for bonds over equities. A resurgence of...
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Announcing VanEck Vectors ETFs’ July 2020 Distributions
July 31, 2020
The coronavirus crisis reordered many things in economics and finance and you can add asset correlations to the list.