Mon. Hot Reads: Oil’s Long Skid

November 12, 2018

Compiled by ETF.com Staff

 

Oil Just Did Something It Hasn't Done In 30 Years (MarketWatch)

Oil on its longest skid since July 1984.

 

After October, Market Rebounds A Bit (Indexology)

Prospect of gridlock due to split Congress has boosted stocks. 

 

Why Valuation Alone Won’t Save Equities (BlackRock)

After October sell-off, stocks got cheaper. That might not be enough for continued rebound.

 

Energy ETFs Slide With Crude Falling Into Bear Market (Bloomberg)
Largest energy funds all trading lower.

 

Homebuilder ETFs Facing Make-Or-Break Level (CNBC)
XHB” and “ITB” both tracking for their worst years since 2008, the middle of a housing crisis that demolished the group.

 

SEC Launches Targeted Exam Of Mutual Funds, ETFs (Think Advisor)

Cybersecurity and crypto will also be among SEC's 2019 priorities.

 

Victory Capital Buys USAA Asset Management (Institutional Investor)

Deal, which closed at $850 million, is Victory's second in as many months.

 

Credit Binge Hangovers Historical Challenge (MSCI)

Long-term credit investors may wish to review their asset allocation strategies.

 

Gold ETFs: All You Need To Know (Motley Fool)

Most investors focus on stocks, bonds and cash, but gold can be a good diversifier.

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