ETF Edge: June 2010
Welcome to the June issue of ETF Edge! A lot has changed in the ETF industry since the May edition; a number of new products and issuers have hit the market, while the fallout from the “flash crash” sparked a closer look at how ETFs are being used and potential limitations in the current system. Despite some initial concerns–the majority of trades canceled as a result of the May 6 fiasco were in ETFs–the cash has continued to flow.
From an investing perspective, global equity markets have tumbled for most of the last month as lingering concerns over a European debt crisis and an overheating China have weighed on stocks. But while investors’ attention has been focused across the pond, the economic recovery has continued to progress in the U.S. Impressive data reports have largely been overshadowed by negative developments elsewhere, but hope upticks in consumer spending and job creation is running high in the States. In any volatile (and occasionally irrational) market, intriguing trading opportunities are abundant. That’s the case as the first half of the year winds down.
Here’s a look at what’s inside this month’s ETF Edge:
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