Now Is The Season To: February 2012
Consider Aggressive U.S. Small Cap ETFs
The economic landscape at home has been gradually and steadily improving, helping to restore investors’ confidence in the recovery. The labor market has showed signs of resilience as unemployment has decreased, while the housing market has also surprised investors with a handful of better-than-expected surprises. At the tail of the bullish momentum sweeping across Wall Street have been encouraging developments from the Euro zone, as lawmakers are starting to hammer out a more concrete plan of action. When considering year-to-date performances across equity markets, its apparent that investors have undoubtedly started to increase their appetite for risk; small caps have gotten off to a hot start in 2012, and U.S. stocks in particular have been bolstered by solid fundamental economic data.
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