Binary market action as in a daily game of red light green light.  Take a look at this week’s daily action in the sectors.   What will tomorrow bring?

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Category: ETFs, Markets, Think Tank

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One Response to “Red Light Green Light: Equity Sector ETF Daily Performance”

  1. Herman Frank says:

    One of the most valuable lessons I’ve taken away from reading this blog is BR’s insistence on asking yourself: “Am I a trader or an investor?”

    For a trader the graphs are just a god-sent, as fluctuations make the reason for his existence. He might have problems with timing the highs and lows, but that is inherent in the trading cycle of in-out. And “Good Luck!” to him/her with this seesaw.

    On the other hand, for me as “an investor” the charts don’t mean anything else than a 3-day-blip. If the market goes down and I’ve got cash around I’ve got my shopping list ready and pound. For the rest I check the categories in the overview to see whether there’s a new flavor, which is then subject to study.

    Yesterday was nothing more than “emotions ruining performance”.