Actionable ETF Investment Ideas: June 2011

Published on by on June 1, 2011

As the calendar turns to June, the investing landscape remains complicated–to say the least. Varying expectations over another round of QE are hanging over bond markets, while the political theater playing out over the topic of the debt ceiling has added additional uncertainty to the mix. Energy commodities will of course be in focus as the summer driving season kicks off, another potential catalyst for an asset class that has surged so far in 2011.

Against this backdrop, we outline four actionable ETF ideas we believe are poised for outperformance over the next 30 to 90 days, including a long/short play in the euro zone, a bet on a resurgent dollar, and two picks that may be appetizing to yield-hungry investors:

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