ETFS

As you can see in the following chart, the Invesco DB Energy ETF (DBE) has continued trading higher in line with the recovering strength of the energy markets. It is my belief that across the board, energy commodities are going to continue recovering. My primary analysis rests on the underlying fundamentals of the individual commodities
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Written by Nick Ackerman, co-produced by Stanford Chemist Cohen & Steers Infrastructure Fund (UTF) continues to be a strong performer. The fund has rebounded significantly from March’s lows – though, we are yet to make a full recovery. The fund has a manageable distribution rate and continues to pump out cash to shareholders. This fund
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Thesis Summary The Materials Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLB) tracks the performance of underlying materials companies. I expect it to continue to perform comparatively better in the economic downturn, provided that interest rates continue to fall. Overall, it is a well-balanced portfolio with significant investment in minerals and gasses. It may be able to perform
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The non-agency MBS sector has gone through a roller-coaster ride in the last few months due to heavy sell-downs by leveraged players and a subsequent snapback in demand by value hunters. We remain overweight the sector on the service due to continued sector demand, fiscal support of households and a decent housing price backdrop. In
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In 1998, as the first Internet boom was raging, I became bullish on oil. By 2011, my research went viral on MarketWatch. I beat the big investment banks to recognizing the “one thing that will change everything for America” which was the shale boom. In 2014, I predicted the first crash in oil prices since
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The sharp rally we have seen across markets since the end of March is presenting a challenge to income investors. Yields across sectors are well below their highs during the March drawdown and CEF discounts have tightened making obvious bargains much more difficult to find. Add to this the fact that a number of states
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Over the past year, the United States 12-Month Natural Gas Fund (NYSEARCA:UNL) has taken a small hit with the price of the ETF dropping by a little over 11%. While this drop has certainly been difficult for some investors, I ultimately believe that UNL represents a superior gas ETF and that now is a strong
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As can be seen in the following chart, the United States Natural Gas Fund (UNG) has been in for a turbulent year with shares continuing to shred value. While these losses have been substantial, I believe that we are at an inflection point in the fundamental data. Specifically, I believe that both fundamental and technical
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