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Vietnam's marketplace is surging while no one's watching and the Guggenheim Solar ETF should respond when major holding First Solar reports on Thursday.
Homebuilders ETF ITB extended its winning streak to four days, hitting a 2012 high.
The chief of Berkshire Hathaway has criticized other companies in the past for stock splits and new share issuance.
ETFs linked to natural gas futures are seeing mixed action as GAZ and UNG move in opposite directions.
Rather than a core holding, PALL is best suited as a small tactical position that allows an investor to bet on short-term bursts of strength.
The Italian marketplace is seeing a boost, helping EWI power to the top of the winners' list.
EWW's portfolio is at risk from fallout, and it offers an important lesson for investors.
March new home sales data came in weak, but homebuilder ETFs are still scoring standout gains.
Given the recent show of consumer resilience and the earnings calendar for the week ahead, funds that target the U.S. consumer should be interesting to watch.
The fear-tracking VIX benchmark is locking in gains.