Wednesday, July 27, 2011

[news] QQQ, AMZN, CMCSA: Influx Alert Foundation

Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) trade just like stocks, but rather the actions of inversionistas''''son actually buying and selling units'',''. These unidades''''puede be traded back and forth like the stock, but can also be created or destroyed to accommodate the demand of investors. Each week we track the change from week to week in the outstanding shares of data, to keep a lookout for ETFs experienced notable entries (many of the new units created) and outputs (many older units destroyed). Creation of new units means the underlying holdings of the ETF need to buy, while the destruction of the units involves the sale of underlying positions, such large flows can also affect the individual components held within ETFs.

Looking now in stock every week pending changes between the universe of ETFs covered in the Channel Foundation, a leading PowerShares QQQ is the (QQQ), which detected an approximately $ 788.1 million dollars up front - that is a 3. Increase of 1% per week during the week in units outstanding (421,800,000 to 435,050,000 of). The main components underlying QQQ, trade in today Inc. (AMZN) is around 0.5%, and Comcast Corporation (CMCSA) is higher by about 0.4%. For a complete list of holdings visit farms QQQ "

The following chart shows the evolution of prices of a year of QQQ, compared to 200 days moving average:

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