Steel Vaneck ETF (SLX)
$38.83 0.25 (0.65%)
20:00 EDT SLX Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $38.83
Market Cap 135.91M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 6,300
Day's Range 38.56 - 38.86
52-Week Range 33.66 - 48.78
Dividend & Yield 1.12 (2.88%)
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Unfortunately for investors considering international equities and exchange traded funds (ETFs), the White House is not limiting its tariff efforts to China. Last month, the White House boosted tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods to 25% from 10%, but that is not the end of the U.S. tariff list.
These trade war stocks receive little attention, but they appear well-positioned to benefit stockholders once the trade war ends.
While there are some headwinds that could cause trouble, things are looking good for a strong finish. This is what investors need to know.
Reports that President Trump is looking at imposing tariffs on imported steel are sending steel stocks higher in a big way.
Credit Suisse sent AK Steel (AKS) and U.S. Steel (X) plunging amid supply-side concerns and an overdone rally on Donald Trump's win.
In the end, the Dow Jones lost 0.2%, the S&P 500 lost 0.1%, the Nasdaq gained 0.1% and the Russell 2000 gained 0.1%.
A study of analyst recommendations shows Rio Tinto plc is the #16 broker analyst pick out of the 50 stocks making up the metals Global Mining Titans index
AKS stock and X stock are rallying for a second consecutive day on Wednesday, as steel stocks celebrate an anti-dumping petition against China & others.
The Nasdaq hit a new closing high, and major tech stocks including AMZN, GOOG and MSFT could end up driving the index to its dot-com intraday highs Thursday.
Energy and mining stocks have been hit hard in recent months, but the charts show a wide range of stocks that are on the verge of additional weakness.
A glut on the market and Beijing's slowing economy have sent steel stocks falling, but the SLX ETF could be a great long-term play on the sector.
The People's Bank of China just announced lower China interest rates. Investors should buy into material ETFs that will ride the lower rates.
The Russell 2000 isn't the only sector of the market showing weakness now. The hurt is bleeding over to several cyclical sectors.
I'm still putting money to work in my favorite ETFs, and believe that investors should look to these 3 attractive ETFs heading into 2014.
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