iShares MSCI Mexico E.T.F.

EWW-N

NYSEARCA:EWW

33.70
0.74 (2.15%)

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STRONG BUY
STRONG BUY
December 19, 2016

Sold off because of the election in the US. There is a nice little reverse head and shoulders pattern. It is finally showing some good technical action. Seasonally, it is strong from mid-October until the end of May of each year.

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Sold off because of the election in the US. There is a nice little reverse head and shoulders pattern. It is finally showing some good technical action. Seasonally, it is strong from mid-October until the end of May of each year.

WATCH
WATCH
December 5, 2016

It is in a distinct downward trend, not performing as per seasonality. There are some signs of bottoming, but you want more conforming technical evident before entering.

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It is in a distinct downward trend, not performing as per seasonality. There are some signs of bottoming, but you want more conforming technical evident before entering.

WAIT
WAIT
July 20, 2015

Mexico – is it a good time to get in? What fund? Currency is your biggest risk. The peso has depreciated against the US dollar. It is not a pure energy trade like Canada often is. Telecoms and Banks don’t benefit from lower currency. Mexico exports energy. It is not the time to get in yet.

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Mexico – is it a good time to get in? What fund? Currency is your biggest risk. The peso has depreciated against the US dollar. It is not a pure energy trade like Canada often is. Telecoms and Banks don’t benefit from lower currency. Mexico exports energy. It is not the time to get in yet.

BUY
BUY
March 20, 2014

How to play Mexico. Civil unrest related to drug trade is there, but he thinks there is nothing wrong with buying it.

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How to play Mexico. Civil unrest related to drug trade is there, but he thinks there is nothing wrong with buying it.

COMMENT
COMMENT
March 6, 2014

The Mexican economy is tied to the US. He thinks just buying Mexican real estate could be better. [caller was going to move to Mexico].

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The Mexican economy is tied to the US. He thinks just buying Mexican real estate could be better. [caller was going to move to Mexico].

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
January 23, 2014

(A Top Pick Jan 7/13. Down 9.6%.) His expectation was that as the US economy recovered Mexico was likely to come along with it. Didn’t work out as well as he had hoped. Got stopped out at around $70 a share.

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(A Top Pick Jan 7/13. Down 9.6%.) His expectation was that as the US economy recovered Mexico was likely to come along with it. Didn’t work out as well as he had hoped. Got stopped out at around $70 a share.

BUY WEAKNESS
BUY WEAKNESS
December 30, 2013

Doesn’t think we will break out of the current range for a while. He likes Mexico big picture. Buy on dips. Probably not a bad investment.

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Doesn’t think we will break out of the current range for a while. He likes Mexico big picture. Buy on dips. Probably not a bad investment.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
September 12, 2013

(A Top Pick September 18/12. Down 0.38%.) Many of the emerging markets had a very, very good fall and early winter this year but you had to come out of them in January-February. Be careful of emerging economies now as they are highly related to commodities whose prices look like they could be weak for a while.

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(A Top Pick September 18/12. Down 0.38%.) Many of the emerging markets had a very, very good fall and early winter this year but you had to come out of them in January-February. Be careful of emerging economies now as they are highly related to commodities whose prices look like they could be weak for a while.

COMMENT
COMMENT
July 11, 2013

This year has been a developed market year versus emerging market. Starting with China and then working its way all the way through the emerging markets, they broke down one by one. Mexico was about the most resilient, hanging in until May. Mexican economy is the most under levered developing country at the consumer and government levels. Debt levels are not a problem there. Also, it is a very young population with most people under 60. Demographics and balance sheets are good. Thinks it’s early to say that there is a shift back to the emerging markets. If you are going to have anything outside of the US, this would be a good way to play it.

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This year has been a developed market year versus emerging market. Starting with China and then working its way all the way through the emerging markets, they broke down one by one. Mexico was about the most resilient, hanging in until May. Mexican economy is the most under levered developing country at the consumer and government levels. Debt levels are not a problem there. Also, it is a very young population with most people under 60. Demographics and balance sheets are good. Thinks it’s early to say that there is a shift back to the emerging markets. If you are going to have anything outside of the US, this would be a good way to play it.

BUY
BUY
March 25, 2013

He likes Mexico for a number of years. Earnings growth down there is about 22%, impressive. Valuation is a little on the high side, (17 times), but that isn’t so high in Mexico. It has a ways to go.

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He likes Mexico for a number of years. Earnings growth down there is about 22%, impressive. Valuation is a little on the high side, (17 times), but that isn’t so high in Mexico. It has a ways to go.

BUY
BUY
February 7, 2013

Started looking at this and may buy more because some of the jobs that were sent to China have been moved to Mexico. Mexican’s economy has done extremely well. An interesting, more speculative play.

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Started looking at this and may buy more because some of the jobs that were sent to China have been moved to Mexico. Mexican’s economy has done extremely well. An interesting, more speculative play.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
January 7, 2013

Mexico is one of the best performing markets globally. Under levered consumers. 40% of this ETF is consumer stocks and 20% is telecoms.

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Mexico is one of the best performing markets globally. Under levered consumers. 40% of this ETF is consumer stocks and 20% is telecoms.

BUY
BUY
September 20, 2012

Mexico has been one of the better stories. Emerging markets have been weak but Mexico is propped up by oil and consumer sectors. It is one of the better emerging markets to have. Good quality ETF.

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Mexico has been one of the better stories. Emerging markets have been weak but Mexico is propped up by oil and consumer sectors. It is one of the better emerging markets to have. Good quality ETF.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
September 18, 2012

Looking globally, Europe is not a place for highly focused, Asia is not showing any sign of turning and North America has been the strongest part of the world. In Mexico, you are basically getting a call on the US economy for manufacturing. Strong and very young domestic market. Debt is under control. Have the strongest industrial production growth in the developed world.

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Looking globally, Europe is not a place for highly focused, Asia is not showing any sign of turning and North America has been the strongest part of the world. In Mexico, you are basically getting a call on the US economy for manufacturing. Strong and very young domestic market. Debt is under control. Have the strongest industrial production growth in the developed world.

BUY
BUY
January 26, 2006
Economic growth in Mexico is reasonably strong. Currency and political environment is stable. They’re benefiting from the growth in the US.
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Economic growth in Mexico is reasonably strong. Currency and political environment is stable. They’re benefiting from the growth in the US.
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iShares MSCI Mexico E.T.F.(EWW-N) Rating

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iShares MSCI Mexico E.T.F.(EWW-N) Frequently Asked Questions

What is iShares MSCI Mexico E.T.F. stock symbol?

iShares MSCI Mexico E.T.F. is a American stock, trading under the symbol EWW-N on the NYSE Arca (EWW). It is usually referred to as AMEX:EWW or EWW-N

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On 2020-06-04, iShares MSCI Mexico E.T.F. (EWW-N) stock closed at a price of $33.7.