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IWC: Hold Off On A New Position For Now

Dec. 02, 2021 1:35 PM ETiShares Micro-Cap ETF (IWC)1 Comment
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  • While the macroeconomic backdrop is generally positive, there are some concerning signs.
  • The IWC has underperformed across a number of time frames relative to its peers.
  • The chart shows that the IWC is still consolidating gains.

Black Bull and Bear

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My methodology for looking at an ETF that tracks a broader index is to first look at the macroeconomic environment. The purpose of this is to see if the current time is an appropriate time to buy

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Yes, agree. When IWC did well those meme stocks were largely responsible. Nobody should bet on those in my opinion.
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