Actionable ETF Investment Ideas: February 2012

Published on by on February 3, 2012

January worked wonders for investor confidence, as appetite for risky securities returned and all major asset classes headed higher during the first month of the year. Perhaps more importantly, the volatile swings in major indexes were nowhere to be found; movement in both directions was moderate, helping to sooth investor anxiety to start off 2012.

It is important, however, to remember that 2011 started off on a very similar note (though with less significant gains delivered), and that there remains significant risk going forward. Against this backdrop, we outline three actionable ETF ideas we believe are poised for outperformance over the next 30 days to 90 days:

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