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My Current View Of The S&P 500 Index: December 2021 Edition

Dec. 01, 2021 12:24 PM ETSPDR® S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY)AGG, EFA, IWM5 Comments
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Walter Zelezniak Jr


  • SPY is still my preferred ETF.
  • IWM and EFA gave back most of their gains from October.
  • We are still in the seasonally bullish period for stocks.

Rising prices on the stock exchange

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In this month's article I will outline why I will maintain my 100% allocation to the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (NYSEARCA:SPY) in December. First let me review my pension plan performance in November. The market, as measured by

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As an individual investor nearing retirement I am trying to build my financial assets in order to have a fulfilling retirement. I am interested in trading both long and short; or at least using inverse ETFs, to take advantage of market declines. Having long term and short term trading strategies, proper execution of my trading plan, and absolute investing results are my goals. I see my articles as a way to keep me focused on developing winning trades. I also expect to learn much from the feedback that is provided in the comments section.

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