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    1. Tuttle Tactical Management Weekly Market Notes

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      Thu, 19 Mar 2015

      were index funds, Vanguard had 5 of the top 10, and remember ETFs are a share class of their funds, SPY came in at #8 and IVV at #10... The 3 funds that were not index funds, were bond funds.. Of the top 25 funds sold in 2014, if you take the

    2. The Only S&P 500 Index Funds You Will Ever Need

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      Thu, 19 Mar 2015

      competitors such as iShares Core S&P 500 IVV and VOO is slowly eroding. Tax Efficiency ..... may prefer a stand-alone ETF, such as IVV , which can minimize capital gains through in-kind redemptions. Compared with SPY, IVV costs less and has done a better job matching

    3. IVV vs. VOO

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      Sun, 8 Mar 2015

      Opening a position and looking for ETF that mirrors SP500. Fido is my broker. IVV says "trades comission free" however VOO does not say one way or another. Is VOO offered comission free as well? Any significant

    4. Large Cap/Large Value, Small Cap/Smal Value tilt impact?

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      Wed, 5 Nov 2014

      tilt. I like to share M* XRAY results. 1) Large Cap - IVV + Large Value - VTV or VYM M*XRAY shows lot of common stocks owned by IVV & VTV (or VYM) in intersection tab. I compared the IVV & VTV (or VYM) M* Chart. I did see positive correlations

    5. Large Cap/Large Value, Small Cap/Smal Value slicing impact?

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      Sun, 2 Nov 2014

      tilt. I like to share M* XRAY results. 1) Large Cap - IVV + Large Value - VTV or VYM M*XRAY shows lot of common stocks owned by IVV & VTV (or VYM) in intersection tab. I compared the IVV & VTV (or VYM) M* Chart. I did not see negative correlations

    6. "Parking Cash" at Fidelity

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      Sun, 27 Jul 2014

      similar Tips. Ideas I have come up with are: STIP, ISHG, SHY (no trade fee) FJRLX, THOPX (no trade fee) PRPFX (no trade fee) or a self made version using IVV or ITOT, TLT, SHY, (no trade fee) GLD (which is not a no trade fee fund)

    7. Looking for recommendations.

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      Sun, 22 Jun 2014

      was recently advised to sell everything in VTSMX and split that up into the following along with the cash: 51% in VO,VNQ, IVV 26% in VWO, VEA 17% in IEI, MBB 1% in cash 5% in GSP These are all ETF's. One of my concerns is the fee's for possibly

    8. Investors Grow Cautious on Stocks

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      Sun, 15 Jun 2014

      lower-cost, more-efficient competitors, such as the Vanguard S&P 500 Fund (VOO) and [TICKER: IVV ] iShares S&P 500 Fund ( IVV ). Both of those are lower cost. Traditionally people chose the SPDR because it was more liquid, and it

      IVV found at 1:43

      its lower-cost, more-efficient competitors, such as the Vanguard S&P 500 Fund (VOO) and [TICKER: IVV ] iShares S&P 500 Fund ( IVV ). Both of those are lower cost. Traditionally people chose the SPDR because it was more liquid, and it was the first, so
    9. Starting new Roth IRA for 2013 Advice

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      Tue, 15 Apr 2014

      recomends either Vanguard or Fidelity for a Roth so I am not sure what the distinct advantages of either are. iShares S&P 500: IVV (40%) Vanguard Mid Cap: VO (20%) Pimco Total Bond: BOND (10%) WE Donahue Power Income: PWRAX (10%) Good Harbor

    10. Investors’ Choices of Funds/ETFs Tend to Underperform

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      Mon, 31 Mar 2014

      22.86% SPDR S&P 500 GLD 6.62 SPDR Gold Shares EFA 17.73 iShares MSCI EAFE EEM 15.28 iShares MSCI Emerging Markets IVV * 22.85 iShares Core S&P 500 QQQ 28.09 PowerShares QQQ IWF 23.83 iShares Russell 1000 Growth VTI* 23.98 Vanguard Total

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