At a time of weak revenue growth, it might be more sensible to consider international stock ETFs with lower price-to-sales ratios.
The Fed won't be changing its direction anytime soon.
Earnings growth, revenue and the economy as a whole have not particularly mattered to ETF and other investors in 2013. Momentum is what matters.
Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, iShares Medical Devices) remains in an uptrend.
Emerging market and resource ETFs have been improving and could be hot again.
Banks have been working overtime to put a terrific spin on upcoming earnings while homebuilders are likely to continue struggling.
Internet, social media and biotech ETFs are hot.
Emerging market sovereign debt and small-cap stocks are popular again.
China ETFs are cheap relative to U.S. stocks and political headwinds do not exist in China today.
Dfferent economic sectors appear to be responding differently to the current landscape and old-school rules may no longer apply.