Japanese Yen Trust Currencyshares Invesco (FXY)
$86.81 0.36 (0.42%)
12:10 EST FXY Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $86.45
Market Cap 138.90M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 40,638
Day's Range 86.71 - 86.92
52-Week Range 84.81 - 90.53
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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We think the flight into certain safe-havens will continue as the lira falls and threatens to hurt the European stock and bond markets, and we are using the PowerShares Japanese Yen ETF (FXY) to take advantage of the geopolitical risks posed by Turkey.
North Korea tests hydrogen bomb; compels investors to shift to Japanese yen and gold investments.
The lack of volume and strong earnings makes this uptrend questionable, as reliance on low rates to finance M&A could spell trouble.
We don't believe the Japanese government will enact a 20-trillion JPY fiscal stimulus plan and recommend the CurrencyShares Japanese (FXY)
The harsh reality is that this is the kind of day/week in the stock market when most long positions on stocks have too limited upside to be very attractive, even though bearish positions are struggling.
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The signs that the stock market may be transitioning from a bull to a bear are starting to come out, beginning with these key metrics
Since the S&P 500 logged an all-time record 11 months ago we've seen two violent price sell-offs. Have we seen the market peak? Here's what to expect...
Japan's Nikkei average can have a mind of its own compared to the S&P 500. Here are 5 ways to profit on the differences I'm the markets' moves
We expect the Japanese Yen ETF (FXY) to break out of its consolidation range between $85 and $87 and move back up toward $89.
It's possible that only a magical turnaround in profits can turn the markets around. Absent that possibility, here's what investors must consider
When a country's central bank reduces its interests rates below zero the action should boost the relative appeal of stocks. At least that's the theory...
Since the Great Recession the Fed has consistently backed efforts to keep the markets higher. What will happen now with rates moving up?
The broader ETF benchmarks can march forward as long as there is a belief that the Fed can prevent a nerve-wracking downtrend.