July was mostly positive for sector ETFs.
June saw more sector ETFs land in positive territory than not
Republican tax bill likely to be signed into law by end of the year.
Almost all the sector ETFs saw positive returns, but semiconductors were at the top.
Different weighting schemes of the three transport ETFs produce different results.
The S&P 500 is headed to 2300, and 10-year yields are likely to stay put in 2015.
With oil lower than it's been in years, there are some pockets of opportunity for investors.
Beaten-down transports offer cheap valuations, while utilities remain appealing in a low-interest-rate environment.
FlexShares rolls out ETF targeting mortgage-backed securities; Direxion to close five funds.