Consumer Comeback

Published on
22 August, 2018
Topic
ETF, Trading, Consumption
Duration
7 minutes
Asset class
Equities

Consumer Comeback

Featuring Christian Fromhertz

Christian Fromhertz, founder and CEO of the Tribeca Trade Group, discusses his momentum trade on the consumer discretionary ETF, XLY. In this interview with Justine Underhill, he highlights the ETF as a way to gain exposure to Amazon and Home Depot amid a potential increase in consumer spending. Filmed on August 20, 2018.

Published on
22 August, 2018
Topic
ETF, Trading, Consumption
Duration
7 minutes
Asset class
Equities
Rating
37
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  • MI

    Madhu I.

    22 8 2018 23:09

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    Check it out his calls work out well....

  • CB

    C B.

    22 8 2018 23:02

    0       1

    How can anyone make money in trading when your trades are being routed through dark pools and being front run ten ways from Tuesday?

  • SR

    Steve R.

    22 8 2018 21:20

    5       1

    I have to say the quality of some of the 'trade ideas' on RV is really poor, and seems to be getting worse.
    How about you add a page to the website listing all the trade ideas so far so we can all see who the winners and losers are?

  • DS

    David S.

    22 8 2018 21:08

    1       0

    Consumer buying going up, prices going down. Good for the consumer, maybe bad for profits, earnings and stocks. DLS

  • MM

    Mike M.

    22 8 2018 21:01

    1       0

    Food for mo, mo crickets. Chasing momentum. It is the second mouse that gets the cheese.
    Will wait patiently.

  • SH

    Syed H.

    22 8 2018 19:08

    1       0

    Why wasn't this published the minute it was filmed? This could've made sense at a lower cost of entry.

    Don't forget $FL earnings are going to blow the roof off the joint Friday morning. There. Actionable insight.

  • WT

    William T.

    22 8 2018 16:01

    1       0

    It sounds like a trade idea based on stale news. This market is overly extended and it seems that his reasons for buying the XLY might be well priced in. We should be alert for any event that could signal an inflection point instead.