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SPDR Portfolio Small Cap ETF declares quarterly distribution of $0.1054
SPDR Portfolio Small Cap ETF (SPSM) - $0.1054.30-Day SEC Yield of 1.00% as of Mar 19.Payable Mar 25; for shareholders of record Mar 23; ex-div Mar 22.
Seekingalpha · 03/23 15:56
Where Are We with Small-Cap Earnings?
Zacks.com · 03/05 19:16
SPDR Portfolio Small Cap ETF declares quarterly distribution of $0.1526
SPDR Portfolio Small Cap ETF (SPSM) - $0.1526.30-Day SEC Yield of 1.34% as of Dec. 18.Payable Dec 24; for shareholders of record Dec 22; ex-div Dec 21.
Seekingalpha · 12/21/2020 19:52
Earnings season was a smasher amid election 2020 distraction
While the Q3 earnings season has been overwhelmed by the focus of investors on the U.S. election (see the latest), a look back by Bank of America shows that 67%
Seekingalpha · 11/07/2020 15:23
One Table And 2 Charts Show Why Stocks Are A Bad Place To Be
This is probably the first recession that inflated rather than popped financial asset bubbles.Panicked governments and central banks are dumping trillions of play-money dollars into the system, a big part of which flow directly into the brokerage accounts of the 1%.Another effect of long equity bull markets is a growing population of companies that are only viable in the easiest of easy money environments.
Seekingalpha · 10/23/2020 07:26
Capitalizing On Market Uncertainties
What the VIX futures are telling us.What the market is telling us about election expectations.Using options to take advantage of market uncertainties.
Seekingalpha · 10/23/2020 06:26
149 Years Of Higher Returns For Lower Risk
Historical data on average one-year, five-year and fifteen-year returns for the S&P 500 since 1871, with all dividends continuously reinvested.Historical data on the range of returns for one-year, five-year and fifteen-year holding periods.History’s shocking surprise about risk and returns.
Seekingalpha · 10/23/2020 04:46
The Impact Of Today's Low-Interest Rate Environment On Investors
In response to the global COVID-19 recession, central banks across the world unleashed synchronized monetary stimulus to backstop the economy.With the lack of inflation pressure, and higher tolerance for inflation overshoots, central banks globally are likely to keep interest rates low for a long time.Today’s low-interest rate environment creates some challenges for investors looking for adequate returns through bonds, but great opportunities for borrowers and equity investors.
Seekingalpha · 10/22/2020 10:48
The Market Is Pricing A Biden Win: Dillian
Investors whose sole focus is on returns fail because they don’t structure a portfolio that properly accounts for risk.Growth in America has been going down over time, due in part to both demographics and regulation; going forward, we’re unlikely to see GDP numbers above 3%.We can’t see what’s on the other side of the election, and two weeks from now things could be different, but right now, the market is pricing a Biden win.
Seekingalpha · 10/22/2020 03:26
Dollar Slumps As Yields Rise
The dollar is falling against most of the world's currencies today.Sterling and the Norwegian krone are leading the majors higher.The Chinese yuan extended its gains and is now at the best level since July 2018.In Asia, most of the large markets gained, but China, India, and a handful of smaller bourses were sold.Europe's Dow Jones Stoxx 600 is off for the third day and the sixth session in the past seven.
Seekingalpha · 10/21/2020 12:02
Restructuring Opportunities
We like higher-yielding credit amid low rates, and see corporate restructurings offering growth and potential return diversification for private credit investors.A pickup in COVID-19 cases may weigh on mobility and activity in the near term, but we see this wave of infections as much shallower than the spring one.A spate of purchasing managers’ index data this week could shed light on any potential impact that increased virus infections has had on activity.
Seekingalpha · 10/20/2020 05:40
The October Curse Strikes Again
Expect pre-election volatility in the averages to increase from here.Tech sector stocks are vulnerable to additional shake-outs.Broad market internal strength should prevent a serious decline, however.
Seekingalpha · 10/20/2020 03:38
The Central Bank Watch
The central banks have increased their assets by 38.5% in the last twelve months, which has had a profound effect on both the bond and equity markets globally.They have pushed down interest rates for their nations, in an attempt to control the debt of their respective governments, as all of the governments borrowed more and more money to support their economies during the pandemic.The ECB and the BOJ have pushed their yields below the once-unthinkable line of zero. The Fed may also be motivated into negative interest rates if the Democrats win the upcoming US elections.
Seekingalpha · 10/19/2020 08:01
Weekly Commentary: Moral Hazard Pinnacle
European bond prices have an unmistakable correlation to European COVID infections.The strategy of ensuring the banking system remains well capitalized - while letting market-based finance run wild - may have plausible theoretical underpinnings.The "penalty rate" issue is key to mitigating moral hazard.
Seekingalpha · 10/18/2020 13:25
Weighing The Week Ahead: Will Strong Earnings Signal An Economic Rebound?
There are continuing political and pandemic stories that could dominate the news cycle at any time.Many of the normal economic indicators are not helpful in the wake of the COVID lockdown decline.Retail sales improved 1.9% in September, beating expectations of a 0.6% gain and August’s 0.6% increase.Initial jobless claims increased to 898K versus expectations of 830K and the prior week’s 845K.Technical measures are reasonably strong. Trends remain intact and support levels have generally not been violated.
Seekingalpha · 10/18/2020 11:00
Business Cycle Indicators: 16 October
With the release of industrial production figures today, the deceleration in economic activity continues, according to some key indicators noted by the NBER's Business Cycle Dating Committee.Industrial production fell -0.6% m/m vs. Bloomberg consensus of +0.5%.The series was revised upward in August, so the level of industrial production was still higher than the earlier estimate for August.
Seekingalpha · 10/17/2020 20:06
MacroView: Recessions Are A Good Thing, Let Them Happen
While recessions, like forest fires, have terrible short-term impacts, they also allow the system to reset for healthier growth in the future.When credit creation is no longer sustainable, the markets must clear the excesses before the cycle can restart.What the Federal Reserve has failed to grasp is that monetary policy is "deflationary" when "debt" is required to fund it.With each monetary policy intervention, money velocity has slowed along with the breadth and economic activity strength.We should embrace "Recessions." Allow recessions to clear the "excesses" accrued during the first half of the economic growth cycle.
Seekingalpha · 10/17/2020 12:31
Healing But Hurting: An Ailing Labor Market Is Stalling
Despite record monthly job growth this spring and summer, we have recovered only half of the lost jobs lost during the frenetic initial weeks of the pandemic.The jobs recovery is stalling as “temporary” furloughs convert into permanent job losses, hiring slows, new claims for unemployment remain stubbornly high, and more layoffs loom.The gathering headwinds suggest that the recovery will slow further or even reverse absent another round of robust government stimulus.Regardless, a full jobs recovery will take at least until early 2022. Most likely, it will take considerably longer.
Seekingalpha · 10/16/2020 10:00
Creator of Surging Sports Betting ETF Sees Next Boom in Europe
Investors who fear they missed out on this year’s stock-surge in U.S. sports betting companies should look at their more undervalued peers across the pond.
Bloomberg · 10/16/2020 09:00
Initial Claims Rise To A 7-Week High
Initial claims for regular state unemployment insurance totaled 898,000 for the week ending October 10, up 53,000 from the previous week's revised tally of 845,000.Claims are now at a seven-week high, the highest level since August 22.The latest week is also the 30th week of historically massive claims.Persistent initial claims at such a historically high level remain a very troubling sign for the labor market recovery and the economy.
Seekingalpha · 10/16/2020 07:11
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