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QQXT

QQXT

First Trust NASDAQ-100 ex-Tech Sect ETF
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66.71
-0.30
-0.45%
Closed 16:00 09/18 EDT
OPEN
67.28
PREV CLOSE
67.01
HIGH
67.28
LOW
66.22
VOLUME
8.45K
TURNOVER
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52 WEEK HIGH
71.45
52 WEEK LOW
41.89
TOTAL ASSET
111.83M
YTD YIELD
18.27%
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Dull Economic Conditions With Infections Climbing Position The Market For An Overdue Correction
Coronavirus cases are climbing at a renewed rate around the world.Unemployment remains more than twice the prior year's level, and the increases in employment are slowing.Consumer confidence remains abysmal and continues to drop.Trade tensions with China have reignited between many countries.In spite of all this economic bad news, market indexes are near all-time highs, a level unsustainable given the reality.
Seekingalpha · 32m ago
Rational Exuberance? Explaining Global Equity Market Gains
Aggressive central bank purchases of government bonds in the US, Europe, Japan and the UK allow governments to issue more debt and suppress the cost of that debt, which has a very powerful effect.Perhaps the new adage should be, "Don't fight the Fed and the Treasury."China is shifting towards a slower but more sustainable growth model, which should reduce global demand for commodities.
Seekingalpha · 1h ago
A Few Charts And Thoughts On The Election
A few days ago the Census Bureau released its calculation of Median Household Income for 2019. This measure of prosperity increased at a historically significant rate.Biden's agenda is anti-growth and anti-business, in the belief that addressing income inequality, social justice, and global warming are paramount.When interest rates are super-low, it pays to borrow, and it pays to buy almost anything that will eventually benefit from renewed growth and-possibly-higher inflation.From my supply-side perspective, the most important things to watch are confidence, employment, investment, and incentives to work and invest, all of which drive supply.
Seekingalpha · 2h ago
Weekly S&P 500 ChartStorm - Tactics And Themes
The S&P 500 is on notice as the 50-day moving average has been breached and sentiment rolls over from bullish extremes.Given where some of the tactical indicators usually end up (down) during a correction, it looks like we could have further to go on this one.Meanwhile, there is a clear air of froth with a hot IPO market.Yet, promisingly, forward earnings have been turning up on both a near-term and longer-term basis.Cautious short term, optimistic medium/longer term.
Seekingalpha · 3h ago
November 3 - The Gunfight At The O.K. Corral
America is being presented with two very stark choices for the country's future and the markets, the closer we get to the election, may become very volatile and quite unruly.In normal times, there would be a push out of equities and into bonds as the "safe haven" play.However, we are not in normal times.
Seekingalpha · 6h ago
Market Risks Remain High As Investors Pile Into Technology
Indices have started faltering after a one-directional rally.Fear gauges are incredibly muted.Investors are piling into technology even as the indices pull back.Value might be ready to have its moment.
Seekingalpha · 15h ago
U.S. Equity Underperformance Is Just Beginning
U.S. stocks represented a staggering 67.2% of the MSCI World at the start of September, a full 8 percentage points above the prior peak seen in 2001.After recent weeks of declines, the technical picture, prevailing market sentiment, and valuations all now align for further U.S. underperformance.There is little use in waiting for a turnaround in fundamental performance before positioning for relative U.S. weakness as the fundamentals tend to lag price action by several months.
Seekingalpha · 15h ago
Stocks Are Falling Into Fall
All three major stock market indices completed three consecutive weeks of falling today as we head into fall next week.Apple, for example, was the fastest to rise in the market's melt-up stage and is already the fastest to have fallen into its own bear market, which it entered today by ending more than 22% below its last all-time high on Sept. 1.I see a marathon battle between the bulls and the bear as most likely, with the bear tearing away claws full of bullish flesh in painful swipe after swipe and eventually winning the day as the market hangs on those lines of support, maybe tries to rise from them, and then busts through again and again.
Seekingalpha · 1d ago
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08/31/2020
3 Year
Morningstar
08/31/2020
5 Year
Morningstar
08/31/2020
10 Year
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Return
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1-Month
3.5296%
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3-Month
10.3547%
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6-Month
22.4816%
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1-Year
18.2654%
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3-Year
14.0621%
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5-Year
11.8742%
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10-Year
14.7072%
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Since Inception
10.0357%
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Profile
Fund Name
First Trust NASDAQ-100 ex-Tech Sect ETF
Risk
Medium-low risk
Inception Date
2007-02-08
Benchmark
Russell 1000 TR USD
Advisor Company
First Trust
Custodian
The Bank of New York Mellon
Manager
Team Managed