Live Today

Today I am going live with new data reports for Sectors, Industry Groups, ETFs, and Indexes. At this point in time, through the end of the month you needn’t request they be shared. However, at the beginning of July you will need to do so. Let’s go over the new reports now.

StartSectors seems like the obvious place to start. Clicking on Sectors we get to this page:

CaptureSectorIf you click on both of those spreadsheets you will see instructions on how to drill down.

Drill to IndustryThen on the Industry Group spreadsheet this link will appear:

Stocks withinClicking on the above link will bring up:

StocksBySectorI will save this on a separate page with a link on the pages. The ETF and Indexes sheets do not refer to any external links as above.

This particular format will allow much easier changes, additions to, and deletions of data. All I would have to do now is program the desired data or deleted data and republish. Before I would have had to do that AND changed four other programs as well.

Hope you enjoy and feel free to ask questions!

Talking Points and Next Big Thing: The Inequality Debate:

In U.S., Depression Rates Higher for Long-Term Unemployed (Gallup)
Fear of Equities Drives More Investors to Cash (NY Times)
I Shall Return (Alhambra)
How the world’s largest hedge fund operates (WSJ)
Shifting the Future for the S&P 500 (Political Calculations)
SEC Caught Dark Pool and High Speed Traders Doing Bad Stuff (Bloomberg View)
More Signs Of Bullish Excess (STA)
Financial Sector Default Risk Plummets (Bespoke)
Real yields and stocks (Scott Grannis)
Negotiate from the Inside Out (HBR)
Is a Confident Stock Market a Good Thing? (Barron’s)
5 facts about today’s college graduates (Pew Research)
Why You Should Buy Stocks Today (MSN Money)
 Power Plants Should Look to the Auto Industry on How to Meet the New EPA Guidelines (Slate)
What You’ll Miss About the Recession (Motley Fool)
What Ethan Swan Learned From Tracking Every Tattoo in the NBA (FiveThirtyEight)

Next Big Thing: The Inequality Debate