Your NetPicks ETF Investor Weekly Update – August 14, 2017

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Everything is updated at the NetPicks ETF Investor.  Make sure to review your ETFs to see if anything has changed on the week.  

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The overall Power Score was just off its highs of this cycle with the modest decline in the markets this past week:

ETF Power Ratio Score


We added a fantastic analysis of the Gold market at the blog.  If you have any interest in gold as a commodity, its impact on the markets or the Gold ETF I highly recommend it:

Gold Miners Vaneck ETF GDX Report


Some interesting jostling around of ETFs this past week.  I have noticed an interesting creep UP the charts for TLT (bond fund) and some weakness in a few sectors such as the IWM (midcap ETF) which moved down into the 4th quadrant underperforming.  Early sign of something changing?  Or just the normal shuffling of the deck…

Moving into the Top Quadrant this week:  iShares Chile ETF/ECH, US Medical Devices/IHI, Schwab Emerging Markets/SCHE, iShares MSCI Frontier ETF/FM, iShares Sweden ETF/EWD.

Moving into the Lowest Quadrant this week:  Vanguard Telecomm Services/VOX, iShares North American Tech-Multimedia/IGN, Multi-Asset Diversified Income/MDIV, iShares US Pharmaceutical ETF/IHE, S&P Metals & Mining/XME, SPDR S&P Regional Banking/KRE.

Have to say this is one of the more curious movements of ETFs we’ve seen in a number of weeks.

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Thanks and great investing!


Mark Soberman

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