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Year-to-date, cyclical ETFs remain in the flow lead by over $1.37 billion even as both groups are now in outflows. Of course, this could change quickly.

Mixed results from data releases and corporate earnings have resulted in cautious optimism if you're investing in ETFs, but the waters have muddied.

Here's how Direxion ETFs can help you cut your losses and generate alpha. Take a closer look at the S&P 500 and key indicators from the first half of 2019.

After a strong first half of 2018, the market cooled off along with the weather in August, and we had one of the worst fourth quarters in recent memory.

Is the rally in January a sign of things to come in 2019, or will we face another significant sell-off like in 2018?

As we near the end of 2018, it's time to take a look back and see how the US stock market has fared this year.

As of August 14, the S&P 500 is up almost 6% year-to-date with the tech-heavy NASDAQ up almost 14%. And the NYSE FANG Index is still up 27% on the year.

Over the last two months, the market has been tailor-made for trading. 2018 has seen volatility in the market come back with a vengeance.

2018 has seen volatility in the market come back with a vengeance.