Fri Hot Reads: S&P 500 Nears ‘Death Cross’

December 07, 2018

Compiled by Staff


S&P 500 Close To ‘Death Cross’ As Stock Market In Tatters (Barron’s)
S&P 500’s 50-day moving average hasn’t fallen below its 200-day since April 22, 2016.


Little Tax Pain For ETF Investors This Year (Morningstar)
ETFs are a tax-efficient structure, unlike mutual funds, and ETF investors should benefit this year.


Huawei Arrest Threatens To Upend Trump-Xi Trade Truce (Bloomberg)
Move stokes fears U.S. seeking to deny China key technology.


New Energy ETFs See A Chance In Oil's Decline (Bloomberg)
Cushing funds focus on utilities, supply chain, transportation.


SEC Commissioner: Bitcoin ETFs Could Take Days Or Years (CCCN)
SEC Commissioner Peirce says approval of a bitcoin ETF remains uncertain.


Softer Economic Growth = More Defensive Portfolios (BlackRock)
There are a few signs of recession, but slowing growth having an impact.


Edelman Financial Engines Cuts Fees (Think Advisor)
New fees apply to new accounts; expected to take effect for legacy accounts early 2019.


Law Of Large Numbers (Irrelevant Investor)
It doesn't work the way many investors think it does.


Not All Low Vol ETFs Created Equal (Morningstar) 
Differences in processes make certain strategies more appealing than others.


Liquidity Management More Critical Than Ever (MainStay)
Muni bond market long been fragmented, complex and less liquid than other fixed-income markets.

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